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8. Sha'aban 1439
23 October 2012 Published in Blog

The linguistic meaning of Hajj is seeking or intending. Thus the people of Allah are constantly performing Hajj because they are constantly seeking Allah. Just as their whole year is Ramadan, likewise their whole year is Hajj. Just as those performing Hajj respond to the call of Allah by saying “labbayk” they are swift to respond to the call of Allah. They take themselves to account and leave that which is disliked and dubious in all their states and actions. They reject the desires of their lower selves and they are the furthest of people from that which is prohibited. They constantly receive new blessings from their Lord so they constantly renew their ihram. Day and night they make tawaf around the House of their Lord, the One to Whom they turn themselves with absolute sincerity until nothing remains in them which is directed to other than Allah.


The bounty of Allah is available at all times of the day and night. This is why Allah swears by the morning light (duha) and by the night that He has not forsaken His Beloved (may Allah bless him and grant him peace), nor is He displeased with him.

If the Hajj has not been made possible for you, join with those making Hajj and share in their reward: by spending your wealth for the sake of Allah on your relatives, on the needy, by turning to Allah with your whole being. Make numerous your footsteps to good places, especially at the time of Fajr, and you will receive glad tidings from the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace): “Give glad tidings of complete light on the Day of Judgement to those who walk constantly to the mosque in the darkness.”

Those whose light is complete will no doubt be in his company (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) "...on the day when Allah will not humble the Prophet and the believers along with him; their light will be running ahead of them and on their right..." [Al-Tahrim, 66:8]

Ask to be present with them, and thank Allah for allowing our spirits to be with them. So many hearts in the far East or the far West receive the gifts of `Arafat and Mina because of their truthfulness with Allah.

..:: Actions that carry the reward of Hajj ::..

Nothing of course can equal actually performing the Hajj and worshipping Allah in those blessed places. However, since Allah knows that many people long to make Hajj every year but are unable to do so out of His generosity He made the reward for certain actions similar to the reward of a supererogatory Hajj.

1. Remembering Allah from Fajr until Ishraq: The Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) said: “Whoever who prays Subh (Fajr) in congregation and then sits in the place where he prayed remembering Allah until the sun rises and then prays two rakats has the reward of a complete Hajj and `Umrah.” He repeated “complete” three times. [Narrated by al-Tirmidhi]

2. Attending a gathering of knowledge: The Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) said: “The one who goes out to the mosque wanting only to learn good or teach it has the reward of a complete Hajj.” [Narrated by al-Tabarani]

3. Going to the mosque for the congregational prayer: The Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) said: “Whoever performs ablution in his house and then goes out to perform the obligatory prayer in the mosque has a reward similar to the reward of a Hajj pilgrim. Whoever goes out to perform the mid-morning prayer (Duha) has a reward similar to the reward of the one performing `Umrah.”

4. Reciting dhikr after the five daily prayers: Sayyiduna Abu Hurayrah (may Allaah be pleased with him) narrated that a group of destitute people came to the Prophet, SallAllahu Alayhi wa Sallam (may Allaah exalt his mention), and said, “O Messenger of Allah, the wealthy people will have higher grades and will have permanent enjoyment in high levels in Paradise. They pray like us and fast as we do, but they have more money by which they perform the Hajj, ‘Umrah, participate in Jihaad and give in charity.” The Prophet, SallAllahu Alayhi wa Sallam (may Allaah exalt his mention), replied: “Shall I not tell you something upon which if you acted you would catch up with those who have surpassed you? Nobody would surpass you and you would be better than the people amongst whom you live except those who would do the same. Say ‘Subhan Allah’, ‘alHamdu Lillaah’ and ‘Allahu Akbar’ thirty-three times each after every (compulsory) prayer.’" [Sahih al-Bukhari]


5. Reciting Durud upon the beloved Prophet: The Leader of the God wary [Imām al-Muttaqīn] SallAllaho Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam affirmed, “Perform your Fardh (obligatory) Hajj pilgrimage. Undoubtedly, its reward is greater than participating in twenty Gazwah and reciting one Durūd upon me, equals that (in reward).” [Firdaus-bima’ Šaur al-Khitab, Vol. 2, Page 607, Hadīth 2484]

6. Performing I’itikaf for ten days in the month of Ramadan: Imam Bayhaqi has reported on the authority of Hadrat Imam Hussain that the Messenger of Allah has stated, “whosoever performs I’itikaf for ten days in the month of Ramadan, it is as though he has performed two ‘Umrah (lesser pilgrimage) and two Hajj (greater pilgrimage).”

7. Performing the Friday Prayer: Sayyiduna Sa`id bin al-Musayyib said performing the Friday Prayer is “more beloved to me than a supererogatory Hajj.”

8. Performing the Eid Prayer: Ibn Rajab (may Allah have mercy upon him) narrated that the Companion Sayyiduna Mikhnaf ibn Sulaym (may Allaah be pleased with him) said, “The reward for attending ‘Eid Al-Fitr prayer is equal to the reward of performing ‘Umrah and the reward for attending ‘Eid Al-Ad'ha Prayer is equal to that of performing Hajj.”


9. Fulfilling the needs of your brother or sister: Sayyiduna Hasan al-Basri said: “Going to fulfil the need of your brother is better for you than performing Hajj after Hajj.”

10. Being good to your parents: The Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) commanded one of the Companions to be good to his mother. If you do so, he said: “You are a Hajj pilgrim, a person performing `Umrah and someone striving for the sake of Allah (mujahid).”

11. Abandoning sins and prohibitions: Some of our righteous predecessors said, “Giving up a misdeed that Allah The Exalted abhors is dearer to me than performing Hajj 500 times.”

12. Performing obligatory actions: The slave can only draw near to Allah by performing supererogatory actions after first having performed that which is obligatory. This includes purifying one’s heart from forbidden attributes and guarding one’s tongue and limbs from committing forbidden actions. All of this is much harder on the lower self than many supererogatory acts of worship.


Finally there is no action more beloved to Allah on the Day of Eid than making a sacrifice. The Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) told his beloved daughter Sayyida Fatima al-Zahrah that she would be forgiven for her previous wrongdoings with the first drop of blood to be shed from the sacrificed animal. She asked if this reward was specifically for the household of the Prophet and he replied: “For us and for all the Muslims.”

17 October 2012 Published in Blog



Hadrat ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Abbas Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhuma reported that the Messenger of Allah SallAllaho Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam has stated,

يا أيها الناس كتب عليكم الحج فقام الأقرع بن حابس فقال : أفي كل عام يا رسول الله؟ فقال : لو قلتها لوجبت ، ولو وجبت لم تعملوا بها ولم تستطيعوا أن تعملوا بها ، الحج مرة فمن زاد فهو تطوع
“‘O People! Allah has made Hajj incumbent upon you.’ Hadrat Aqra’ ibn Habis stood up and inquired, ‘O Messenger of Allah! Is it incumbent each year?’ The Messenger of Allah said, ‘If I say ‘yes’ then it would be made obligatory and incumbent upon you each year, and if it was to be made incumbent each year you would not be able to fulfill this religious duty. Thus, Hajj is only once in the lifetime and those who exceed this (do more than once) then the (extra) is nafl (optional).’” [Mishkat, Kitab al-Manasik, Page 221]

From this we understand that the Holy Prophet has full power, control and authority on Shari’ah and Sacred Islamic Laws. If the Messenger of Allah desired, he could have made Hajj obligatory and incumbent each year. For a detailed treatise on this topic please read: Muniyyat al-Labib Anna al-Tashri’a biyad al-Habib (1311AH ) by Imam Ahmed Rida Khan.

Hadrat ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Abbas Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhuma reported that the Messenger of Allah SallAllaho Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam said,

من أراد الحج فليعجل
“He who intends to perform hajj should hasten to do so.” [Sunan Darimi, Vol. 2, Page 27]

Hadrat ‘Abdullah ibn Mas’ud Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu reported that the Messenger of Allah SallAllaho Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam said,

تابعوا بين الحج والعمرة فإنهما ينفيان الفقر والذنوب كما ينفي ‏ ‏الكير ‏ ‏خبث الحديد ‏ ‏والذهب والفضة وليس للحجة المبرورة ثواب إلا الجنة
“Make the Hajj and the Umrah follow each other closely, (wear the Ihram for Qiran, in which the intention of Hajj and ‘Umrah is done or perform both the Hajj and ‘Umrah consecutively) for they remove poverty and sins as a furnace removes impurities from iron, gold and silver; and Hajj which is accepted, its reward is Paradise.” [Sunan Tirmidhi, Abwab al-Hajj, Vol. 1, Page 167]

Hadrat Abu Hurairah Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu reported that the Messenger of Allah SallAllaho Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam said,

من خرج حاجا أو معتمرا أو غازيا ثم مات في طريقه كتب الله له أجر الغازي والحاج والمعتمر
“Anyone who went out (of his house) with the intention of performing Hajj, ‘Umrah or fighting in the Path of Allah, and then passed away as he was on his way, then Allah the Most Exalted shall forever write for him the reward of a Haji, one who performs ‘Umrah and a mujahid.” [Mishkaat, Kitab al-Manasik, Page 223]

Hadrat ibn ‘Abbas Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhuma reported that the Messenger of Allah SallAllaho Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam has stated,

أن العمرة في رمضان تعدل حجة
“Performing ‘Umrah in the month of Ramadan equals (in reward) a Hajj.” [Baihaqi, Bab al-Umrah fi Ramadan, Vol. 4, Page 565]


Hadrat Abu Razin al-‘Uqayli Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu came to the Messenger of Allah SallAllaho Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam and asked,

يا رسول الله إن أبي شيخ كبير لا يستطيع الحج والعمرة ولا الظعن قال : حج عن أبيك واعتمر
“My father is very old, he cannot perform Hajj and Umrah himself; nor can he ride on any conveyance. He said, “Perform Hajj and Umrah on behalf of your father.” [Sunan Abi Dawood, Baab al-Rajul Yahujju 'an Ghayrih, Vol. 1, Page 252]

Hadrat ibn ‘Abbas Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhuma reported that: A man came to the Holy Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam and said,

إن أختي نذرت أن تحج وأنها ماتت . فقال النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم : لو كان عليها دين أكنت قاضيه؟ قال: نعم، قال : فاقض دين الله فهو أحق بالقضاء
“My sister vowed to perform the Hajj, but she died (before fulfilling it).” The Holy Prophet said, “Would you not have paid her debts if she had any?” The man said, “Yes.” So, the Holy Prophet said, “So pay Allah's Rights, as He is more entitled that His rights be fulfilled.” [Sahih Bukhari, Kitab an-Nudhur, Vol. 2, Page 991]

Hadrat ibn ‘Abbas Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhuma reported that the Messenger of Allah SallAllaho Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam said,

لا تسافرن امرأة إلا ومعها محرم
“Never should any woman travel (even if it be for Hajj) without her mahram (to which she cannot marry i.e. marrying to him is Haram) [Sahih Muslim, Baab Safar al-Mar'ah Ma'a Mahram, Vol. 1, Page 434]

Hadrat ‘Ali Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu reported that the Messenger of Allah SallAllaho Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam said,

‏من ملك ‏ ‏زادا ‏ ‏وراحلة تبلغه إلى بيت الله ولم يحج فلا عليه أن يموت يهوديا أو نصرانيا وذلك أن الله يقول في كتابه: ‏‏ولله على الناس حج ‏ ‏البيت ‏ ‏من استطاع إليه سبيلا
“If anyone possesses enough provision and an animal to mount on (or any other conveyance) to take him to the House of Allah and (despite this) does not perform the pilgrimage, there is no difference whether he dies as a Jew or a Christian. This is because Allah the Most Exalted has stated, ‘Pilgrimage to the House is a duty men owe to Allah, those who can afford the journey’.” [Sunan Tirmidhi, Baab Ma Ja'a minat Taghleedh, Vol. 1, Page 167]



1. To perform Hajj to “show off” to others or pretence or to perform Hajj from wealth which is Haram (such that it was gained from Haram means) then it is Haram to go to perform Hajj. [al-Durr al-Mukhtar, Radd al-Muhtar, Bahar-e-Shari’at Vol. 6 Page 719]

2. If Makkah al-Mukarramah is situated at a distance of three days or more (normal walking distance which equals to approximately 57 ½ miles or 92 kilometres) from the place of residence of a woman who intends to perform Hajj then she must, (irrespective of being young or old,) accompany her husband or a “Mahram” (those relatives to whom it is Haram for the woman to marry; whether this prohitibiton is because of a blood-relation such as the son, brother, father or because of a foster relation or the in-laws, such as the father-in-law, or the son of his husband from his previous wife) [Bahar-e-Shari’at]

3. The husband or the “mahram” with whom the woman can go to perform Hajj has to be sane, mature and not a fasiq (transgressor). One cannot perform Hajj with an insane, immature or a fasiq. [‘Alamgiri, al-Durr al-Mukhtar, Bahar-e-Shari’at]

4. It is haram for a woman to go to perform Hajj without her husband or any “mahram”. If she does so, then she has accomplished the religious duty. However, a sin shall be written on every step she takes (to and fro). [Fatawa-e-Razawiyyah, Vol. 4, Page 691]

5. Some women go to perform Hajj with her spiritual guide (Peer) or a very old man (who are ghayr mahram for them). This is also unlawful and Haraam.


6. If there is no husband or “mahram” to accompany the woman, then it is not wajib for the woman to perform nikah (in order for a valid person such as her husband to accompany her to go to perform Hajj). [Bahar-e-Shari’at]

7. If one has an amount of money sufficient for him/her to perform Hajj, but not enough to bring gifts and souvenirs for friends and relatives on return, then to perform Hajj is still incumbent (obligatory) upon him/her. Not to perform Hajj because of the insufficient amount of money to bring gifts and toys is Haram. [Bahar-e-Shari’at]

8. The table below shows the rulings of each aspect of Hajj for a Mutammati’; which is Fard (obligatory), Wajib (necessary), Sunnah, or Nafl (optional):


9. The 5 days of Hajj (in brief):


10. A woman who is in her menstrual cycle (haiz) cannot perform Tawaf-e-Ziyarat (Tawaf-e-Ifada) on the 10th of Dhul Hijjah. If she cannot perform this Tawaf on this date due to her menstrual cycle, then if she becomes ‘clean’ after this date until the sunset on the 12th of Dhul Hijjah, it is obligatory on her to perform this tawaf. If even after these dates, the woman has not become ‘clean’, but has become clean after these dates, then it is obligatory for her to perform this Tawaf.

a. If a woman who is in her periods (menstrual cycle) can take tablets to terminate the menstrual cycle, then she can do so. However, doing this shall cause harm to one’s health. Therefore, it is advisable not to do it. [Fatawa-e-Markazi Dar-ul-Ifta – 11th Year – 2006 - Page 35]

b. If a female can change her return date back to her country, in order for her to become ‘clean’ and thereafter perform this Fard Tawaf, then she should do so. Otherwise, if she returned back to her place of residence, not having performed this Fard Tawaf, then her Hajj is incomplete. She shall have to retrun in the “Months of Hajj” which are Shawwal, Dhul Qa’dah, first 10 days of Dhul Hijjah; and then perform the Fard Tawaf (Tawaf-e-Ziyarat). She shall also have to sacrifice an animal in the haram boundaries, as atonement for reutnring to her destination without having performed this obligatory Tawaf. [Fatawa-e-Faqih-e-Millat – Vol. 1 Page 349]


11. Those who have been blessed with performing Hajj and visiting the August Presence of the Holy Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam should (on return to their places) draw people closer towards religion; by giving them gifts which helps them to do so. Such gifts include giving books of the Ahl al-sunnah wa al-Jama’ah, Islamic lectures, Islamic CDs and so on. Unfortunately, however, most Hajis bring with them radios for their friends and relatives by which they, most of the time, listen to music; gaining sins upon sins upon sins, not only in their Book of Deeds but also in the Book of Deeds of the one who initially gave it to them. This same ruling applies to those people who bring gold rings and/or chains or any other jewellery item for men to wear. This is because it is unlawful (Haram) for males to wear any kind of jewellery (whether it comes from the two Holy Sanctuaries or any other place) made out of any metal whatsoever, except for one silver ring which has to have one stone, and which does not weight more than 4.23 grams.

Allah Most High states:

وتعاونوا على البر والتقوى ولا تعاونوا على الاثم والعدوان
“and help one another in (matters of) virtue and piety and do not mutually cooperatw in what is sinful and wicked…” [Surah al-Ma’idah, Verse 2]

12. A person who performed Hajj with pure Halal money (which was gained from Halal means), had a sincere intention (to perform Hajj solely for seeking the pleasure of Allah and His Beloved Messenger), did not fight, quarrel or argue in it, protected himself from all disobedincies and sins, and thereafter passed away (after having performed Hajj), but did not have the time to fulfil all of the Rights of Allah (Huququllah) or the Rights of His slaves (Huququl Ibaad), then in the situation of his/her Hajj being accepted, there is a high hope that Allah Ta’ala forgives all of His rights and through His mercy He shall forgive the rights of His slaves. There is also hope that on the Day of Resurrection Allah shall please all those whose right was upon the shoulders of this person, and protect this slave of His from contention as regards to the rights being unfulfilled. [A’jab al-Imdad fi mukaffirati Huquq al-‘Ibad – Imam Ahmed Raza Khan Rehmatullahi ‘Alayh – Fatawa-e-Razawiyyah – Vol. 24, Pages  459-476]

13. If a person stayed alive after having performed Hajj, and then as much as his/her capability, tried to fulfil the rights of Allah and the rights of His slaves; such as paying the Zakat which he/she did not pay for years that preceded; or performed the Qaza of prayers that were missed; or the fasts that had not been kept; or fulfilled the rights of those who owned that right by repaying the owner of the right or his/her next of kin, asked for forgiveness from the person to whom he/she had caused problems or had troubled; those who passed away before their rights were fulfilled, then he/she gave charity on behalf of them ; if anything remained unfulfilled from the rights of Allah and His slaves, then he did a wasiyyah (leave by will) near the time of death that the rights be fulfilled by taking that share from his/her own wealth and then giving it to the owner of the right. Conclusively, he/she tried their best to fulfil all the rights that were left unaccomplished, then there is even a greater hope for the forgiveness of such people. [A’jab al-Imdad]


14. Yes however, if one was neglectful in fulfilling these rights after having performed Hajj, and hence, he/she did not fulfill these rights then all these sins shall start to be written in his/her Book of Deeds.  This is because prior to performing Hajj, the rights of Allah and His slaves still remained on his/her responsibility to fulfill, but they delayed in fulfilling these rights and on top of this, they neglected these rights even after performing Hajj. Thus, the Hajj performed will not be sufficient to eliminate these rights that have remained on his/her responsibility. This is because, yes, Hajj does remove the sins of not performing salaah and keeping fasts in their prescribed times. However, Hajj deos not eliminate the obligation of performing the qaza of the prayers that have been missed; or keeping fasts that have been missed.

15. A sign of a person’s Hajj being accepted is that the Haji becomes more ‘religious’ after Hajj than was before. [A’jab al-Imdad]

16. Nowadays, many people have become heedless of fulfilling the rights of Allah and His slaves for many years; such as they have not performed the Qaza for their missed prayers; or not kept the fasts that they had broken or not kept; or not payed the Zakat for their previous years. This is why we see them killing one another; seizing each others property; stealing other peoples wealth; causing problems and giving distress to others. it is great misunderstanding for such people to think that after having performed Hajj all of their sins have been eradicated. If the Rights of Allah and the Rights of His slaves have been left unfulfilled, even after having performed Hajj, then they have to be accomplished as soon as possible.

We ask Almighty Allah that He gives us the tawfiq and guidance to fulfil His rights and those of His slaves... Aameen!!

Extracted From
Anwaar al-Hadith, Chapter 7, Pages 263 to 274
by Hadrat Allama Mufti Jalal al-Din Qadiri al-Amjadi
English Translation: Mawlana Kalim al-Qadiri [Bolton - U.K.]
15 October 2012 Published in Blog


اسلامی سال کا بارہواں مہینہ ۔۔۔ ذو الحجہ شریف

اسلامی سال کا بارہواں مہینہ ذوالحجہ ہے اس کی وجہ تسمیہ ظاہر ہے کہ اس ماہ میں لوگ حج کرتے ہیں اور اس کے پہلے عشرے کا نام قرآن مجید میں ''ایام معلومات'' رکھا گیا ہے یہ دن اللہ کریم کو بہت پیارے ہیں۔ اس کی پہلی تاریخ کو سیدہ عالم حضرت خاتونِ جنت فاطمہ زہراء رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہا کا نکاح سیدنا حضرت شیر خدا علی مرتضیٰ کرم اللہ تعالیٰ وجہہ الکریم کے ساتھ ہوا۔

اس ماہ کی آٹھویں تاریخ کو یومِ ترویہ کہتے ہیں ۔ کیوں کہ حجاج اس دن اپنے اونٹوں کو پانی سے خوب سیراب کرتے تھے۔ تاکہ عرفہ کے روز تک ان کو پیاس نہ لگے ۔ یا اس لئے اس کو یوم ترویہ (سوچ بچار) کہتے ہیں کہ سیدنا حضرت ابراہیم خلیل اللہ علیٰ نبینا و علیہ الصلوٰۃ والسلام نے آٹھویں ذی الحجہ کو رات کے وقت خواب میں دیکھا تھا کہ کوئی کہنے والا کہہ رہا ہے کہ اللہ تعالیٰ تجھے حکم دیتا ہے کہ اپنے بیٹے کو ذبح کر۔ تو آپ نے صبح کے وقت سوچا اور غور کیا کہ آیا یہ اللہ تعالیٰ کی طرف سے ہے یا شیطان کی طرف سے ۔ اس لئے اس کو یومِ ترویہ کہتے ہیں ۔

اور اس کی نویں تاریخ کو عرفہ کہتے ہیں۔ کیوں کہ سیدنا حضرت ابراہیم علیہ الصلوٰۃ والسلام نے جب نویں تاریخ کی رات کو وہی خواب دیکھا تو پہچان لیا کہ یہ خواب اللہ تعالیٰ کی طرف سے ہے ۔ اسی دن حج کا فریضہ سر انجام دیا جاتا ہے ۔

دسویں تاریخ کو یوم نحر کہتے ہیں ۔ کیوں کہ اسی روز سیدنا حضرت اسماعیل علیہ الصلوٰۃ والسلام کی قربانی کی صورت پیدا ہوئی ۔ اور اسی دن عام مسلمان قربانیاں ادا کرتے ہیں۔

اس ماہ کی گیارہ تاریخ کو " یوم القر" اوربارہویں، تیرہویں کو " یوم النفر" کہتے ہیں اور اس ماہ کی بارہویں تاریخ کو حضور سراپا نور شافع یوم النشور صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم نے سیدنا حضرت علی رضی اللہ تعالی عنہ سے بھائی چارہ قائم فرمایا تھا۔ (فضائل الایام والشہور صفحہ ٤٥٩۔٤٦٠)

ماہِ ذو الحجہ کی فضیلت:

ذوالحجہ کا مہینہ چار برکت اور حرمت والے مہینوں میں سے ایک ہے ۔ اس مبارک مہینہ میں کثرتِ نوافل، روزے، تلاوت قرآن، تسبیح و تہلیل، تکبیر و تقدیس اور صدقات و خیرات وغیرہ اعمال کا بہت بڑا ثواب ہے ۔ اور بالخصوص اس کے پہلے دس دنوں کی اتنی فضیلت ہے کہ اللہ تعالیٰ نے اس عشرہ کی دس راتوں کی قسم یاد فرمائی ہے ۔ چنانچہ ارشاد باری تعالیٰ ہے:

وَالْفَجْرِ o وَلَیَالٍ عَشْرٍ o وَالشَّفْعِ وَالْوَتْرِ o وَالَّیْلِ اِذَا یَسْرِ o
قسم ہے مجھے فجر کی عیدِ قربان کی اور دس راتوں کی جو ذوالحجہ کی پہلی دس راتیں ہیں ۔ اور قسم ہے جفت اور طاق کی جو رمضان مبارک کی آخری راتیں ہیں، اور قسم ہے اپنے حبیب صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم کے معراج کی رات کی۔

اس قسم سے پتہ چلتا ہے کہ عشرہ ذی الحجہ کی بہت بڑی فضیلت ہے۔ (فضائل الایام والشہور صفحہ ٤٦٣)

ماہِ ذو الحجہ کی فضیلت احادیث مبارکہ کی روشنی میں

حدیث ١:

عن أم سلمة - رضي الله عنها - قالت : قال رسول الله - صلى الله عليه وسلم - : إذا دخل العشر ، وأراد بعضكم أن يضحي فلا يمس من شعره وبشره شيئا ، وفي رواية : فلا يأخذن شعرا ، ولا يقلمن ظفرا ، وفي رواية : من رأى هلال ذي الحجة وأراد أن يضحي ، فلا يأخذ من شعره ولا من ظفاره . رواه مسلم
سیدہ حضرت ام سلمہ رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہا فرماتی ہیں کہ رسول خدا حبیب ِ کبریا صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم نے فرمایا : کہ جس وقت عشرہ ذی الحجہ داخل ہوجائے اور تمہارا کوئی آدمی قربانی کرنے کا ارادہ رکھتا ہو تو چاہئے کہ بال اور جسم سے کسی چیز کو مس نہ کرے۔ اور ایک روایت میں ہے کہ فرمایا کہ بال نہ کترائے اور نہ ناخن اتروائے۔ اور ایک روایت میں ہے کہ جو شخص ذی الحجہ کا چاند دیکھ لے اور قربانی کا ارادہ ہو تو نہ بال منڈائے اور نہ ناخن ترشوائے۔ (مشکوٰۃ ص ١٢٧)

حدیث ٢:

عن ابن عباس رضي الله عنهما قال : قال رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم : ما من أيام العمل الصالح فيهن أحب إلى الله من هذه الأيام العشر , قالوا : يا رسول الله ولا الجهاد في سبيل الله ؟ قال : ولا الجهاد في سبيل الله إلا رجل خرج بنفسه وماله فلم يرجع من ذلك بشيء. [ رواه البخاري ]
سیدنا حضرت ابن عباس رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہما نے فرمایا کہ رسولِ خدا صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم نے فرمایا کہ کوئی دن ایسا نہیں ہے کہ نیک عمل اس میں ان ایام عشرہ سے اللہ تعالیٰ کے نزدیک زیادہ محبوب ہو۔ صحابۂ کرام رضی اللہ عنہم نے عرض کیا یا رسول اللہ صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم جہاد فی سبیل اللہ بھی نہیں ؟ فرمایا : جہاد فی سبیل اللہ بھی نہیں ! مگر وہ مرد جو اپنی جان اور مال لے کر نکلا اور ان میں سے کسی چیز کے ساتھ واپس نہیں آیا (یعنی شہادت)۔ (مشکوٰۃ ص ١٢٨)

حدیث ٣:

عن ابي هريرة ان النبي (صلوات ربي وسلامه عليه) قال ما من ايام احب الى الله ان يتعبد له فيها من عشر ذي الحجة يعدل صيام كل يوم منها بصيام سنة وقيام لَيلَة فيھِن كقيام سنة
سیدنا حضرت ابو ہریرہ رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہ نبی کریم صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم سے روایت کرتے ہیں کہ آپ صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم نے ارشاد فرمایا کہ کوئی دن زیادہ محبوب نہیں اللہ تعالیٰ کی طرف کہ ان میں عبادت کی جائے ذی الحجہ کے ان دس دنوں سے۔ ان دنوں میں ایک دن کا روزہ سال کے روزوں کے برابر ہے اور اس کی ایک رات کا قیام سال کے قیام کے برابر ہے۔ (غنیۃ الطالبین ص ٤١٧ ، مشکوٰۃ ص  ١٢٨ ، فضائل الایام والشہور صفحہ ٤٦٤ تا ٤٦٦)


عشرہ ذی الحجہ کی فضیلت:

جو شخص ان دس ایام کی عزت کرتا ہے اللہ تعالیٰ یہ دس چیزیں اس کو مرحمت فرماکر اس کی عزت افزائی کرتا ہے (١) عمر میں برکت (٢) مال میں افزونی (٣) اہل و عیال کی حفاظت (٤) گناہوں کا کفارہ (٥) نیکیوں میں اضافہ (٦) نزع میں آسانی (٧) ظلمت میں روشنی (٨) میزان میں سنگینی یعنی وزنی بنانا (٩) دوزخ کے طبقات سے نجات (١٠) جنت کے درجات پر عروج۔

جس نے اس عشرہ میں کسی مسکین کو کچھ خیرات دی اس نے گویا اپنے پیغمبروں علیہم السلام کی سنت پر صدقہ دیا۔ جس نے ان دنوں میں کسی کی عیادت کی اس نے اولیاء اللہ اور ابدال کی عیادت کی ، جو کسی کے جنازے کے ساتھ گیا اس نے گویا شہیدوں کے جنازے میں شرکت کی، جس نے کسی مومن کو اس عشرہ میں لباس پہنایا، اللہ تعالیٰ اس کو اپنی طرف سے خلعت پہنائے گا جو کسی یتیم پر مہربانی کرے گا ، اللہ تعالیٰ اس پر عرش کے نیچے مہربانی فرمائے گا، جو شخص کسی عالم کی مجلس میں اس عشرہ میں شریک ہوا وہ گویا انبیا اور مرسلین علیہم السلام کی مجلس میں شریک ہوا۔ (غنیہ الطالبین صفحہ ٤١٩)

ذوالحجہ کے پہلے نو دنوں کے روزے:

ذوالحجہ مبارک کے پہلے عشرہ کے پہلے نو دن روزہ رکھنا بڑا ثواب ہے ۔ ام المؤمنین سیدہ حضرت حفصہ رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عنہا فرماتی ہیں:

أربع لم يكن يدعهن النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم : صيامَ عاشورا , والعَشـْرَ , والعَشـْرَ , وثلاثة ً أيام من كل شهر , والركعتين قبل الفجر
چار چیزوں کو نبی کریم صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم نہیں چھوڑا کرتے تھے ۔ عاشورہ کا روزہ اور ذولحجہ کے دس دن یعنی پہلے نو دن کا روزہ اور ہر ماہ کے تین دن کا روزہ اور نماز فجر سے قبل دورکعتیں۔ ( مشکوٰۃ ص ١٨٠ ، فضائل الایام والشہور صفحہ ٤٦٦)

ماہِ ذی الحجہ کے نفل:

٭ حدیث شریف میں ہے کہ جو شخص اول رات ذوالحجہ میں چار رکعت نفل پڑھے کہ ہر کعت میں الحمد شریف کے بعد قُلْ ہُوَ اللّٰہُ اَحَدٌ پچیس مرتبہ پڑھے تو اللہ تعالیٰ اس کے لئے بیشمار ثواب لکھتا ہے۔ (فضائل الایام والشہور صفحہ ٤٨٧)

٭ حضور رحمۃ للعالمین شفیع المذنبین صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم نے فرمایا جو شخص دسویں ذی الحجہ تک ہر رات وتروں کے بعد دو رکعت نفل پڑھے کہ ہر رکعت میں الحمد شریف کے بعد سورہ کوثر اور سورہ اخلاص تین تین دفعہ پڑھے تو اس کو اللہ تعالیٰ مقام اعلیٰ علیین میں داخل فرمائے گا اور اس کے ہر بال کے بدلہ میں ہزار نیکیاں لکھے گا اور اس کو ہزار دینار صدقہ دینے کا ثواب ملے گا۔ (فضائل الایام والشہور صفحہ ٤٨٧)

٭ اگر کوئی اس مہینہ کی کسی رات کی پچھلی تہائی رات میں چار رکعات نفل پڑھے جس کی ہر رکعت میں الحمد شریف کے بعد آیۃ الکرسی تین بار اور قُلْ ہُوَ اللّٰہُ اَحَدٌ تین بار اور قُلْ اَعُوْذُ بِرَبِّ الْـفَلَـقِ اور قُلْ اَعُوْذُ بِرَ بِّ النَّاسِ ایک ایک مرتبہ پڑھے اور نماز سے فارغ ہونے کے بعد اپنے دونوں ہاتھ اٹھا کر یہ دعا پڑھے

سبحان ذي العزة والجبروت سبحان ذي القدرة والملكوت سبحان ذي الحي الذي لا يموت لا اله إلا الله يحي و يميت وهو حي لا يموت سبحان الله رب العباد والبلاد والحمد لله حمدا كثيرا طيبا مباركا فيه على كل حال والله اكبر كبيرا كبرياء ربنا وجلاله وقدرته بكل مكان

پھر جو چاہے مانگے تو اس کے لئے ایسا اجر ہے جیسے کسی نے بیت اللہ شریف کا حج کیا ہو ۔ اور حضور سراپا نور شافع یوم النشور صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم کے روضہ اطہر کی زیارت کی ہوگی (غنیہ الطالبین صفحہ ٤١٧)

٭ سرکار صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم نے فرمایا کہ جو کوئی عرفہ کی رات یعنی نویں کی رات کو سو١٠٠ رکعات نفل ادا کرلے اور ہر رکعت میں الحمد شریف کے بعد ایک بار یا تین بارقُلْ ہُوَ اللّٰہُ اَحَدٌ پڑھے تو اللہ تعالیٰ اس کے تمام گناہوں کو بخش دے گا اور اس کے لئے جنت میں یا قوت کا سرخ مکان بنایا جائے گا۔

دوسری روایت میں ہے کہ عرفہ کی رات میں دو رکعات نفل پڑھے۔ پہلی رکعات میں الحمد شریف کے بعد ١٠٠ مرتبہ آیت الکرسی پڑھے اور دوسری رکعت میں الحمد شریف کے بعد قُلْ ہُوَ اللّٰہُ اَحَدٌ ١٠٠ مرتبہ پڑھے تو اللہ کریم قیامت کے دن اس نماز کی برکت سے اس کو بمعہ اس کے ستر٧٠ آدمی بخشے گا۔ (فضائل الایام والشہور صفحہ ٤٨٩)

٭ جو کوئی نحر کی رات یعنی دسویں ذوالحجہ کو جس کی صبح عید ہوتی ہے بارہ رکعات نفل پڑھے اور ہر رکعت میں الحمد شریف کے بعد قُلْ ہُوَ اللّٰہُ اَحَدٌ پندرہ دفعہ پڑھے تو اس نے ستر سال کی عبادت کا ثواب حاصل کیا اور تمام گناہوں سے پاک ہوگیا۔ اسی رات کی ایک نماز یہ بھی ہے کہ ہر رکعت میں الحمد شریف کے بعد ایک دفعہ قُلْ ہُوَ اللّٰہُ اَحَدٌ اور ایک دفعہ قُلْ اَعُوْذُ بِرَبِّ الْـفَلَـقِ اورایک دفعہ قُلْ اَعُوْذُ بِرَ بِّ النَّاسِ پڑھے اور سلام کے بعد ستر٧٠ دفعہ سُبحَانَ اللّٰہِ اور ستر٧٠ دفعہ درود شریف پڑھے تو اس کے تمام گناہ بخشے جائیں گے۔ (فضائل الایام والشہور صفحہ ٤٨٩)

٭ دسویں تاریخ کو نماز قربانی کے بعد گھر آکر چار رکعات نفل جو مسلمان ادا کرے کہ پہلی رکعت میں الحمد شریف کے بعد سَبِّحِ اسْمَ رَبِّکَ الْاَعْلٰی ایک بار اور دوسری رکعت میں الحمد شریف کے بعد وَالشَّمْسِ ایک بار اور تیسری رکعت میں الحمد شریف کے بعد وَالَّیْلِ ایک بار پڑھے اور چوتھی رکعت میں الحمد شریف کے بعد وَالضُّحٰی ایک دفعہ پڑھے ۔ پس پایا اس نے ثواب آسمانی کتابوں کو پڑھنے کا ۔ (فضائل الایام والشہور صفحہ ٤٨٩)

٭ جو شخص قربانی کے بعد دو رکعت نفل پڑھے اور ہر رکعت میں الحمد شریف کے بعد وَالشَّمْسِ پانچ بار پڑھے تو وہ شخص حاجیوں کے ثواب میں شامل ہوا اور اس کی قربانی قبول ہوئی۔ (فضائل الایام والشہور صفحہ ٤٩٠)

٭ بارگاہِ رسالت صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم میں صحابہ کرام رضی اللہ عنہم نے عرض کیا کہ یا رسول اللہ صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم ! اگر کوئی فقیر ہو اور قربانی کی طاقت نہ رکھتا ہو تو کیا کرے؟ حبیب خدا صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم نے فرمایا کہ وہ نمازِ عید کے بعد گھر میں دورکعات نفل پڑھے ۔ ہر رکعت میں الحمد شریف کے بعد سورئہ الکوثر تین مرتبہ پڑھے تو اللہ جل شانہ، اس کو اونٹ کی قربانی کا ثواب عطا فرمائے گا۔ (فضائل الایام والشہور صفحہ ٤٩٠ بحوالہ راحت القلوب)

ذی الحجہ کی اہم دعا

الحمد لله الذي في السمآء عرشه ، الحمد لله الذي في الارض قدرته ، الحمد لله الذي في القيامة هيبته ، الحمد لله الذي في القبر قضاؤه ، الحمد لله الذي في الجنة رحمته ، الحمد لله الذي في جهنم سلطانه ، الحمد لله الذي في البر والبحر برهانه ، و الحمد لله الذي في الهواء ريحه، و الحمد لله الذي لا مفر و لا ملجآ الآ اليه والحمد لله رب العلمين
ہر خوبی اللہ کے لیے ہے جس کا عرش آسمان میں ہے ، تعریف اللہ کے لیے ہے جس کی قدرت زمین پر ہے ، تعریف اللہ کے لیے ہے جس کی ہیبت قیامت میں ہے ، تعریف اللہ کے لیے ہے جس کا حکم قبروں پر ہے ، تعریف اللہ کے لیے ہے جس کی رحمت جنت میں ہے ، تعریف اللہ کے لیے ہے جس کی برہان خشکی اور سمندر میں ہے ، تعریف اللہ کے لیے ہے جس کی خوشبو ہوا میں ہے ، تعریف اللہ کے لیے ہے کہ سوائے اس کی ذات کے کوئی پناہ کی جگہ نہیں ہے تعریف اللہ کے لیے ہے جو رب العالمین ہے۔


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٭ اعلان نبوت کے بارہویں سال اہل مدینہ کی جانب سے تیسری بیعت عقبہ جس میں ٢٩ مرد اور دو عورتیں مشرف بہ اسلام ہوئیں ، اہل مدینہ کے لیے بارہ نقیب مقرر۔۔۔۔۔۔١ھ ٭ حضرت عبد اللہ بن زبیر رضی اللہ عنہ، کی ولادت بمقام ''قباء''۔۔۔۔۔۔١ھ ٭ غزوہ سویق۔۔۔۔۔۔٢ھ ٭ سیدتنا فاطمہ رضی اللہ عنہا بنت رسول اللہ صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم کی شادی ۔۔۔۔۔۔٢ھ ٭ غزوہ بنی قریظہ۔۔۔۔۔۔٥ھ ٭ وفات حضرت سعد بن معاذ سید الاوس۔۔۔۔۔۔٥ھ ٭ حضرت ابو بکر صدیق رضی اللہ تعالی عنہ امیر حج بنے۔۔۔۔۔۔٩ھ ٭ حجۃ الوداع (عرفات اور منیٰ میں عظیم خطبات کے ذریعہ منشور انسانیت کا اعلان) ۔۔۔۔۔۔١٠ ھ ٭ حجۃ الوداع سے واپسی پر خطبہ غدیر خم میں حضرت علی کو مولائے کائنات کا منصب اور اہلبیت کو قرآن کی عملی تفسیر اور ھادی قرار دیا۔۔۔۔۔۔١٠ھ ٭ وفات ابو العاص (دامادِ رسول اللہ صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم)۔۔۔۔۔۔١٢ھ ٭ وفات یزید بن ابی سفیان۔۔۔۔۔۔١٨ھ ٭ وفات سعد جمحی۔۔۔۔۔۔٢٠ھ ٭ حضرت عمررضی اللہ تعالی عنہ پر قاتلانہ حملہ ۔۔۔۔۔۔٢٣ھ ٭ پہلی بحری جنگ (دور حضرت عثمان غنی رضی اللہ تعالی عنہ)۔۔۔۔۔۔٢٧ھ ٭تعمیر نہر بصرہ۔۔۔۔۔۔٢٩ھ ٭شہادتِ حضرت عثمانِ غنی رضی اللہ تعالی عنہ وخلافت حضرت علی رضی اللہ تعالی عنہ ۔۔۔۔۔۔٣٥ھ ٭ وفات محمد بن ابی بکر رضی اللہ تعالی عنہ ۔۔۔۔۔۔٣٨ھ ٭ وفات عثمان جمحی رضی اللہ تعالی عنہ ۔۔۔۔۔۔٤٢ھ ٭ وفات حضرت ابو موسیٰ اشعری رضی اللہ تعالی عنہ ۔۔۔۔۔۔٤٤ھ ٭ وفات عاصم بن عدی رضی اللہ تعالی عنہ ۔۔۔۔۔۔٤٥ھ ٭وفات جریر بن عبداللہ البجلی ۔۔۔۔۔۔٥١ھ ٭ وفات عبداللہ بن انیس رضی اللہ تعالی عنہ ۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٤ھ ٭فتح سمرقند ۔۔۔۔۔۔٦٢ھ ٭ یزیدیوں کے ہاتھوں حرمین طیبین کی بے حرمتی (واقعہ حَرہ)۔۔۔۔۔۔٦٣ھ ٭ ترمیم کعبۃ اللہ شریف ۔۔۔۔۔۔٦٤ھ ٭ کوفہ پر بنو امیہ کا قبضہ ۔۔۔۔۔۔ ٧٢ھ ٭ تعمیر نو کعبۃ اللہ شریف۔۔۔۔۔۔٧٣ھ ٭ حجاج امیر کوفہ ہوا۔۔۔۔۔۔٧٥ھ ٭ وفات خالد الحکیم ۔۔۔۔۔۔٨٥ھ ٭ وفات مقدام بن معدی کرب۔۔۔۔۔۔٨٧ھ ٭ شہادت عظیم جرنیل قتیبہ بن مسلم۔۔۔۔۔۔٩٦ھ ٭ حاکم بنو امیہ سلیمان نے حج کیا۔۔۔۔۔۔٩٧ھ ٭ وفات عظیم جرنیل و فاتح موسیٰ بن نصیر۔۔۔۔۔۔٩٧ھ ٭ علوی، فاطمی اور عباسی خلافت کیلئے سازشیں۔۔۔۔۔۔١٠٠ھ ٭ وفات ابو بردہ بن ابی موسیٰ الاشعری۔۔۔۔۔۔١٠٤ھ ٭ وفات قاسم بن محمد بن ابی بکر رضی اللہ تعالی عنہ ۔۔۔۔۔۔١٠٧ھ ٭ وفات قاسم بن مخمیر۔۔۔۔۔۔١١١ھ ٭ شہادت الجراح الحکمی۔۔۔۔۔۔١١٢ھ ٭ شہادت امام محمد باقر رضی اللہ تعالی عنہ بن امام زین العابدین رضی اللہ تعالی عنہ۔۔۔۔۔۔١١٤ھ ٭یزید بن ہشام امیر حج بنا۔۔۔۔۔۔١٢٣ھ ٭وفاتِ یزید اور خلافتِ ناقص ابراہیم۔۔۔۔۔۔١٢٦ھ ٭ مروانِ ثانی کا قتل اور بنو امیہ کی امارت کا ہمیشہ کے لیے خاتمہ اور بنو عباس کی امارت کے دور کا آغاز۔۔۔۔۔۔١٣٢ھ ٭وفات ابو العباس السفاح۔۔۔۔۔۔١٣٦ھ ٭ وفات خلیفہ منصور۔۔۔۔۔۔١٥٨ھ ٭ خلافت مہدی۔۔۔۔۔۔١٥٨ھ ٭ خلیفہ مہدی امیر حج۔۔۔۔۔۔١٦٠ھ ٭ وفات حماد بن دینار۔۔۔۔۔۔١٦٧ھ ٭ وفات الخیزران (والدہ ہارون رشید) ۔۔۔۔۔۔١٧٢ھ ٭ ہارون رشید کا حج ۔۔۔۔۔۔ ١٧٤ھ ٭ وفات حماد زید بن بصری ۔۔۔۔۔۔١٧٩ھ ٭ ہارون رشید کا حج۔۔۔۔۔۔١٨٦ھ ٭ ہارون رشید کا حج۔۔۔۔۔۔١٨٨ھ ٭ اعلان خلافت ابراہیم بن المبارک۔۔۔۔۔۔٢٠١ھ ٭ خراسان میں زلزلہ۔۔۔۔۔۔٢٠٣ھ ٭ وفات المنتصر و حکومت عبدالرحمن۔۔۔۔۔۔٢٠٦ھ ٭ وفات ابو عبیدہ معمرہ الغوی۔۔۔۔۔۔٢٠٩ھ ٭ وفات معلی الرازی ۔۔۔۔۔۔ ٢١١ھ ٭ وفات مفتی اندلس عیسیٰ الغافقی۔۔۔۔۔۔٢١٢ھ ٭ وفات الحافظ شریح الجوہری۔۔۔۔۔۔٢١٧ھ ٭ فتنہ شیعہ خرمیہ۔۔۔۔۔۔٢١٨ھ ٭ وفات ابو جعفر محمد الجواد۔۔۔۔۔۔٢٢٠ھ ٭ وفات الحافظ الحکم البہرانی۔۔۔۔۔۔٢٢٢ھ ٭ وفات ابو الجماہیر الکفرسوسی۔۔۔۔۔۔٢٢٤ھ ٭ محمد بن سلام البیکندی ۔۔۔۔۔۔ ٢٢٥ھ ٭ وفات الواثق باللہ و خلافت المتوکل۔۔۔۔۔۔٢٣٢ھ ٭ وفات عبدالقواریری ۔۔۔۔۔۔٢٣٥ھ ٭ وفات محمد بن کرام بانی کرامیہ۔۔۔۔۔۔٢٥٥ھ ٭ وفات حافظ ابو زرعہ محدث۔۔۔۔۔۔٢٦٤ھ ٭ وفات قاضی صا لح بن امام احمد بن حنبل۔۔۔۔۔۔٢٦٥ھ ٭ وفات ابوبکر ابن حازم۔۔۔۔۔۔٢٧٦ھ ٭ وفات ابو عمر الراقی ۔۔۔۔۔۔٢٨٠ھ ٭ وفات ابو عمرو بن خرذ اد الانطاکی۔۔۔۔۔۔٢٨١ھ ٭ وفات ابو العباس المبرد النحوی۔۔۔۔۔۔٢٨٥ھ ٭ وفات محمد بن وضاح محدث اندلسی۔۔۔۔۔۔٢٨٦ھ ٭ وفات عبدان الجوالیقی۔۔۔۔۔۔٣٠٦ھ ٭ وفات حافظ الدولابی۔۔۔۔۔۔٣١٠ھ ٭ قرامط نے حاجیوں کا قتل عام کیا۔۔۔۔۔۔٣١١ھ ٭ وفات ابو بکر بن الباغنوی۔۔۔۔۔۔٣١٢ھ ٭ عراقی حاجی مکہ نہ جاسکے۔۔۔۔۔۔٣١٤ھ ٭ وفات ابو بکر بن بہلول الانباری۔۔۔۔۔۔٣٢٩ھ ٭ وفات ابو بکر الاخشید و ابو بکر شبلی (شیخ طریقت سلسلہ عالیہ قادریہ خلیفہ حضرت جنید بغدادی علیہ الرحمہ)۔۔۔۔۔۔٣٣٤ھ ٭٭ وفات ابو عبداللہ الاخرم۔۔۔۔۔۔٣٤٤ھ ٭عراق میں شدید ژالہ باری۔۔۔۔۔۔٣٥١ھ ٭ عید غدیر کی ابتداء ۔۔۔۔۔۔٣٥٢ھ ٭ وفات ابو بکر البزاز صاحب الغیلانیات۔۔۔۔۔۔٣٥٤ھ ٭ وفات ابو الفرج الاصفہانی صاحب الاغانی۔۔۔۔۔۔٣٥٦ھ ٭ بدامنی کی وجہ سے عراق و شام سے حاجی نہ جا سکے ۔۔۔۔۔۔٣٥٧ھ ٭ عید غدیر جبراً عوام پر مسلط کی گئی۔۔۔۔۔۔٣٥٩ھ ٭ بنیاد جامع الازہر۔۔۔۔۔۔٣٦١ھ ٭ وفات ابن البقیۃ الوزیر۔۔۔۔۔۔٣٦٧ھ ٭ وفات ابو زکریا المزکی۔۔۔۔۔۔٣٩٤ھ ٭ خلافت ہشام (دوبارہ)٤٠٠ھ ٭ وفات ابو بکر ابن الباقلانی۔۔۔۔۔۔٤٠٣ھ ٭ وفات امام الحاکم صاحب المستدرک (محدث علیہ الرحمہ)۔۔۔۔۔۔٤٠٥ھ ٭ وفات ابو الفضل الخزاعی صاحب کتاب الواضح۔۔۔۔۔۔٤٠٨ھ ٭ حکومت الظاہر الفاطمی۔۔۔۔۔۔٤١١ھ ٭ وفات فقیہ الشعیہ الشیخ المفید ۔۔۔۔۔۔ ٤١٣ ھ ٭ وفات ابو بکر المتقی۔۔۔۔۔۔٤٢٠ھ ٭ وفات القادر باللہ العباسی و خلافت القایم بامراللہ العباسی۔۔۔۔۔۔٤٢٢ھ ٭ وفات عبدالملک ابو منصور الثعالبی (مفسر قرآن) ۔۔۔۔۔۔٤٣٠ھ ٭ وفات ابو علی الاہوازی۔۔۔۔۔۔٤٤٦ھ ٭ قتل امیر البساسیری۔۔۔۔۔۔٤٥١ھ ٭ وفات القاضی ابو عبداللہ القضاعی۔۔۔۔۔۔٤٥٤ھ ٭ وفات الوزیر ابو نصر الکندی۔۔۔۔۔۔٤٥٦ھ ٭ وفات ابو القاسم المہروانی۔۔۔۔۔۔٤٦٨ھ ٭ وفات ابو بکر ابن حمدویہ۔۔۔۔۔۔٤٧٠ھ ٭ وفات ابو بکر الخراز۔۔۔۔۔۔٤٨٠ھ ٭ وفات شیخ ابو اسماعیل الانصاری ۔۔۔۔۔۔٤٨١ھ ٭ وفات ابو الفرج الشیرازی۔۔۔۔۔۔٤٨٦ھ ٭ وفات عبدالملک بن سراج اللغوی۔۔۔۔۔۔٤٨٩ھ ٭ وفات الفقیہ عبدالوہاب الفاسی۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٠٠ھ ٭ وفات ابو بکر احمد الزاہد حنبلی۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٠٣ھ ٭ بغداد میں زلزلہ۔۔۔۔۔۔٥١١ھ ٭ وفات ابو بکر بن بلتگین النحوی۔۔۔۔۔۔٥١٣ھ ٭ وفات ابو علی الحسن الحداد۔۔۔۔۔۔٥١٥ھ ٭ وفات ابو طالب الیوسفی۔۔۔۔۔۔٥١٦ھ ٭ وفات ابن عبدون اللغوی التیونسی۔۔۔۔۔۔٥١٩ھ ٭ وفات ابو الحجاج المنورقی۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٢٣ھ ٭ وفات محمد بن الحسین المزرنی۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٢٧ھ ٭ وفات ابو القاسم الثروطی۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٢٨ھ ٭ وفات ہبۃ اللہ البدیع الاسطرابی۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٣٣ھ ٭ وفات قوام الستہ الحافظ اسمٰعیل الاصبہانی۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٣٥ھ ٭ وفات زمخشری صاحب الکشاف۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٣٨ھ ٭ وفات اُمیہ بن ابی الصلت٥٤ھ ٭ وفات ابو علی البسطامی۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٤٨ھ ٭ وفات القاضی ابن راشد۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٥١ھ ٭وفات قطب المشائخ عدی الہکاری۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٥٧ھ ٭ وفات علی بن عبدوس الفقیہ۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٥٨ھ ٭ وفات نجم الدین (والد گرامی صلاح الدین ایوبی)۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٦٨ھ ٭ وفات ابو محمد بن المامون الادیب۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٧٣ھ ٭ وفات ابو الحسن بن بکروس۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٧٦ھ ٭ وفات ابن غریۃ الوارق۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٧٨ھ ٭وفات محمد بن شیر کوہ (مشہور سپہ سالار)۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٨١ھ ٭ وفات ابن جمیر الاندلسی۔۔۔۔۔۔ ٥٨٨ ھ ٭ وفات ابو الحسن الفاخرانی۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٩١ھ ٭مکہ مکرمہ میں زبردست طوفانِ باد۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٩٢ھ ٭وفات نقی الدین الثعلی۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٩٣ھ ٭ وفات امام الخشوعی مسند الشام۔۔۔۔۔۔٥٩٨ھ ٭ وفات امام ابن الاثیر الجزری۔۔۔۔۔۔٦٠٣ھ ٭شہادت حضرتشمس تبریزی۔۔۔۔۔۔٦٤٢ھ ٭وفات خواجہ نصیر الدین طوسی۔۔۔۔۔۔٦٧٢ھ ٭حکومت علاؤالدین خلجی۔۔۔۔۔۔٦٩٥ھ ٭وفات یاقوت مستعصمی کاتب۔۔۔۔۔۔٦٩٧ھ ٭وفات احمد بن اسحق الابرقوہی۔۔۔۔۔۔٧٠١ھ ٭حکومت شہاب الدین عمر خلجی۔۔۔۔۔۔٧١٥ھ ٭خلافت الحاکم الثانی۔۔۔۔۔۔٧٣٩ھ ٭وفات شہاب الدین العمری ۔۔۔۔۔۔ ٧٤٩ ھ ٭وفات بہاؤ الدین عمر الہندی۔۔۔۔۔۔٧٥٨ھ ٭وفات شیخ سراج الدین جنیدی۔۔۔۔۔۔٧٨١ھ ٭ وفات مخدوم السادات جہانیاں جہاں گشت رحمۃ اللہ علیہ (اُچ شریف )۔۔۔۔۔۔٧٨٥ھ ٭ وفات جمال الدین بن عبدالحق الحنفی۔۔۔۔۔۔٨٠٢ھ ٭ وفات تقی الدین الحرانی۔۔۔۔۔۔٨٠٤ھ ٭ وفات سراج الدین بن الکویک۔۔۔۔۔۔٨٠٧ھ ٭وفات شیخ زادہ الحنفی (مفسر، فقیہ، حاشیہ نگار)۔۔۔۔۔۔٨٠٨ھ ٭ وفات ابراہیم بن دقماق الحنفی ۔۔۔۔۔۔٨٠٩ھ ٭ وفات موفق الدین الخزر جی مؤرخ۔۔۔۔۔۔٨١٢ھ ٭وفات شمس الدین الزرکشی۔۔۔۔۔۔٨١٣ھ ٭وفات علی بن سند الادیب۔۔۔۔۔۔٨١٤ھ ٭ وفات سراج الدین عمر الفافا الہندی۔۔۔۔۔۔٨١٥ھ ٭ امارت داؤد المعتضدالثانی۔۔۔۔۔۔٨١٦ھ ٭وفات شمس الدین ابن البیطار۔۔۔۔۔۔٨٢٥ھ ٭وفات حافظ علاؤالدین دمشقی۔۔۔۔۔۔٨٢٩ھ ٭وفات عز الدین ابن انصرات۔۔۔۔۔۔٨٥١ھ ٭وفات امام ابن حجر العسقلانی شافعی (شارح بخاری)۔۔۔۔۔۔٨٥٢ھ ٭حکومت اول لودھی شاہ بہلول ۔۔۔۔۔۔٨٥٥ھ ٭وفات امام بدرالدین العینی حنفی (شارح بخاری)۔۔۔۔۔۔٨٥٥ھ ٭وفات شمس الدین النواجی الادیب۔۔۔۔۔۔٨٥٩ھ ٭ وفات منصور الکازرونی۔۔۔۔۔۔٨٦٠ھ ٭ وفات تقی الدین الشمشی۔۔۔۔۔۔٨٧٢ھ ٭ وفات ابو المحاسن تغری بردی الحنفی ۔۔۔۔۔۔٨٧٤ھ٭ وفات زین الدین بن الغضیف۔۔۔۔۔۔٨٧٨ھ ٭ وفات ریاضی سمرقندی ۔۔۔۔۔۔٨٨٤ھ ٭ دولت شاہ سمرقندی نے تذکرہئ شعراء لکھا۔۔۔۔۔۔٩٠٤ھ ٭ وفات حسین واعظ کاشفی (معروف حنفی مفسر اور سیرت نگار)۔۔۔۔۔۔٩١٠ھ ٭ وفات حمزۃ الناشری۔۔۔۔۔۔٩٢٦ھ ٭ بہمنی حکومت ٹوٹ کر چار حکومتیں بن گئیں۔۔۔۔۔۔٩٣٧ھ ٭ وفات اسمٰعیل انصقیہ الحنفی۔۔۔۔۔۔٩٤٢ھ ٭ وفات قاسم بن خلیفہ حلبی۔۔۔۔۔۔٩٤٨ھ ٭ حکومت محمد عادل شاہ سوری۔۔۔۔۔۔٩٦٠ھ ٭ وفات عبدالعزیز المکناسی۔۔۔۔۔۔٩٦٤ھ ٭ وفات عبدالمعطی الحضرمی (احمد آباد)٩٨٩ھ ٭ وفات نور الدین ظہوری۔۔۔۔۔۔١٠١٦ھ ٭ وفات کلیم ہمدانی۔۔۔۔۔۔١٠٦١ھ ٭ قتل دارِ شکوہ۔۔۔۔۔۔١٠٦٩ھ ٭ مولائی اسمٰعیل مراکش کا سلطان بنا۔۔۔۔۔۔١٥ ذوالحجہ، ١٠٧٩ھ ٭ حکومت قطب الدین بہادر شاہ اول۔۔۔۔۔۔١١١٨ھ ٭ حکومت فرخ سیر (دہلی)۔۔۔۔۔۔١١٢٤ھ ٭ وفات عبداللہ قطب الملک۔۔۔۔۔۔١١٣٥ھ ٭ وفات علامہ حکیم محمد حسین شہرت۔۔۔۔۔۔١١٤٩ھ ٭ قتل قائم خان(فرخ آباد) ۔۔۔۔۔۔١١٦١ھ ٭ مسعود بن عبدالعزیز نے کربلا پر حملہ کیا۔۔۔۔۔۔١٢ پریل/١٨ذی الحجہ، ١٢١٦ھ ٭ وفات مولوی محمد باقر آگاہ۔۔۔۔۔۔١٢٢٠ھ ٭ حاکم یاغستان یار محمد خان نے بالاکوٹ کے مقام پر بدعقیدگی اور توہین رسالت کا ارتکاب کرنے پر احمد رائے بریلوی اور مولوی اسماعیل دہلوی کو قتل کیا۔۔۔۔۔۔١٢٤٦ھ ٭ خلافت عبدالعزیز عثمانی ۔۔۔۔۔۔ ١٢٧٧ھ ٭ وفات مولوی چراغ علی۔۔۔۔۔۔١٣١٢ھ ٭ وفات داغ دہلوی (مشہور شاعر) ۔۔۔۔۔۔١٣٢٢ھ ٭ وفات شبلی نعمانی۔۔۔۔۔۔١٣٣٢ھ ٭ وفات حفیظ اللہ بندوی۔۔۔۔۔۔١٣٦٢ھ ٭ وفات آغا خان (سوم) ١٣٧٦ھ ٭ آزادی کویت۔۔۔۔۔۔١٣٨٠ھ ٭ وفات یوسف کاندھلوی وہابی۔۔۔۔۔۔١٣٨٤ھ ٭ میدان منیٰ میں ایرانی ، عراقی و شامی شیعہ حاجیوں کا احتجاج ، سعودی حکومت نے گن شپ ہیلی کاپٹر سے فائرنگ کی ہزاروں مارے گئے جبکہ زخمیوں کو برقی بھٹی میں جھونک دیا ۔۔۔۔۔۔١٤٠٧ھ/١٩٨٧ء ٭ مکۃ المکرمہ پر یمنیوں کا قبضہ، توپ کے گولوں سے کعبۃ اللہ شریف کو نقصان پہنچا اور مسجد حرام کے مینار شہید ہوگئے ۔۔۔۔۔۔١٤٠٧/١٩٨٧ء٭ تین سال متواتر منیٰ میں آتشزدگی کے واقعات ۔۔۔۔۔۔١٤١٥ ھ/مئی ١٩٩٥ء، دوسری ١٤١٦ ھ/اپریل ١٩٩٦ء، تیسری سے بڑی اور خطرناک آتشزدگی ہزاروں حاجی جھلس کر شہید ہوگئے ۔۔۔۔۔۔١٤١٧ ھ /اپریل ١٩٩٧ء مدینۃ المنورہ میں ایک مکان سے حضرت عبد اللہ رضی اللہ عنہ (والد ماجد حضور علیہ الصلوٰہ والسلام) حضرت عکاشہ اور پانچ دیگر اصحاب رضوان اللہ تعالیٰ علیہم اجمعین کی قبور مبارکہ سے ان کے مبارک جسموں (جو صحیح حالت میں تھے) کو جنۃ البقیع میں منتقل کیا گیا۔۔۔۔۔۔٨ ذی الحجہ ١٣٩٨ھ/١٠ نومبر ١٩٧٨ء

ذی الحجہ میں وفات پانے والے بزرگان دین رضوان اللہ علیہم اجمعین

یکم ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت سید عبدالاول سمر قندی ٩٠٥ھ ٭ حضرت خواجہ طاہر رفیق کشمیری ١٠٠١ھ ٭ خواجہ عبدالرحمان چھوہروی ١٣٤٢ھ ٭ حضرت بابا یوسف شاہ تاجی (تلمیذ اعلیٰ حضرت) ١٣٦٦ھ

٢ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت سیدنا ذکریا علیہ السلام ٭ حضرت بُشر قریشی ٢١٨ھ ٭ حضرت ابو الحسن بخار ٤٨١ھ ٭ حضرت سید محمد فاضل متوکل ١١١٢ھ ٭ حضرت خواجہ نور محمد عرف شاہ بھیل موہاروی ١٢٠٥ھ ٭ حضرت مرزا حیات بیگ کشمیری ١١٢٠ھ ٭ حضرت شاہ غلام رسول رسول نمارائے بریلوی ١٢٨٩ھ ۔ ٭ حضرت سید محمد میاں جیلانی نو ساروی

٣ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت ایوب علیہ السلام ٭ حضرت سلیمان علیہ السلام ٭ حضرت ابو سعید احمد بروعے ٣١٧ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ محمد سلیم صابری ١٠٣٠ھ ٭ حضرت خواجہ حافظ احمد یسوی ١١١٦ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ محمد سلیم چشتی ١١٥١ھ ٭ حضرت حافظ عبدالواحد خالصپوری ١٣٠٤ھ ٭ حضرت قطبِ مدینہ مولانا ضیاء الدین مدنی علیہ الرحمہ ٭ شیخ عبد القادر حیدرآبادی ١٣٢٩ھ ٭ حضرت پیر محمد اسحق جان سرہندی (ممبر ورکنگ کمیٹی صوبائی مسلم لیگ سندھ ١٩٤٠ئ) ١٣٩٥ھ ٭ حضرت مولانا ذاکر جھنگوی (رہنما جمعیت علماء پاکستان و رہنما تحریک پاکستان)

٤ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت خواجہ ابو الحسن فضیل ٭ حضرت سخی سرور سلطان وزیر آبادی

٥ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت شیخ قیام الدین ٩٠٣ھ ٭ حضرت حاجی شاہ محمد بشیر میاں صاحب (پیلی بھیت )

٦ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت امام المسلمین سیدنا محمد تقی رضی اللہ عنہ ٢٢٠ھ ٭ حضرت امیر کبیر سید علی ہمدانی ٧٧٠ھ ٭ حضرت خواجہ قاسم سمر قندی ٨٩١ھ ٭ حضرت زندہ شاہ (١٣٦٢ ھ میں مزار ظاہر ہواجب حضرت نے کسی کو خواب میں بشارت دی) ٭ حضرت مولانا عبد الغفور صاحب (نصیر آباد بلوچستان)

٧ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت امام المسلمین سیدنا محمد باقر رضی اللہ عنہ،١١٧ھ ٭ حضرت ابو بکر احمد خطیب بغدادی٤٦٢ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ محمد عارف صابری چشتی١٠٧١ھ ٭ حضرت عبدالخالق گجرای ١٠٧٨ھ ٭ حضرت کمال الدین عرف سید شاہ کلیم پوری ١٢٦٦ھ ٭ مولانا حبیب الرحمان شیروانی ١٣٧٠ھ ٭ میاں محمد بخش ابدال

٨ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت شاہ احمد علی قادری ٭ حضرت قطب الدین قطب عالم اوچی ٨٥٦ھ ٭ حضرت سید برہان الدین قطب عالم ٥٨٦ھ ٭ حضرت سخی سلطان منگھوپیر ٭ حضرت محمد صدیق چشتی صابری لاہوری ١٠٨٤ھ

٩ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت سیدنا امام مسلم بن عقیل رضی اللہ عنہ، ٭ حضرت سیدی عبداللہ (صاحب مسند داری) سمر قندی ٢٥٥ھ ٭ حضرت حارث بن اُسامہ (صاحب مسند)٢٨٢ھ ٭ حضرت ابو بکر عبداللہ بن باہر دینوی ٣٣٠ھ ٭ حضرت ابو الحسن بن عالم بصری ٣٦٠ھ ٭ حضرت سید زین الدین ٨١٣ھ ٭ حضرت خواجہ ابو المساکین شیخ محمد ٹھٹھوی ٭ شیخ محمد فاضل سعدی گجراگی سورتی ١٣٠٢ھ ٭ حضرت علامہ محمد عادل حنفی الہ آبادی ثم کانپوری ١٣٢٥ھ ٭ محمد ابراہیم جیلانی المعروف سید سخی وجڑی والا (حیدرآباد) ٭ حضرت سید قطب شاہ عرف ظہور شاہ (بھیم پورہ نشتر روڈ، کراچی) ٭ حضرت علامہ ولایت حسین بن خیرات حسین حنفی (وصال بر موقع وقوف عرفات)١٣٤٠ھ

١٠ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت فتح موصلی ٢٢٠ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ محمد سعد عرف سعد الدین جموی ٦٥٠ھ ٭ حضرت سید جلال الدین مخدوم جہانیاں جہاں گشت ٧٥٠ھ ٭ حضرت خواجہ حسن عطار ٨٢٦ھ ٭ حضرت قاضی القضا شمس الدین محمد جزری (مصنف حصن حصین) ٨٣٣ھ ۔ ٭ حضرت سرکار پٹنہ ٭ بابا بھولے شاہ فیروز پوری ٭ حضرت علامہ وکیل احمد سکندر پوری حنفی (پچاس کتب کے مصنف خصوصاً " الکلام المقبول فی اثبات اسلام آباء الرسول ا" )١٣٢٢ھ ٭ حضرت مفتی لطف اللہ علی گڑھی ١٣٣٤ھ ٭ پیر طریقت صاحبزادہ ظہور الحق گورداسپوری ١٤٠٤ ھ

١١ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت عبدالعزیزی تمیمی ٣٣٢ھ ٭ حضرت ابو الحسن فتح بن شمعون ٤٥٢ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ بہاؤلدین شطاری دولت آبادی ٩٢١ھ ٭ سید شہاب الدین سہروردی بن میراں موج دریا بخاری ١٠٤١ھ ٭ حضرت ابو طاہر محمد دہلوی ١١٥٩ھ ٭ حضرت شاہ محمد طاہر فاخر الہ آبادی ١١٦٤ھ ٭ حضرت سید امین الدین عرف ارحام الدین ٭ حضرت شاہ مقیم حجرہ شریف ٭ حضرت حاکم علی نقشبندی کوٹلی ١٢٥٨ھ ٭ حضرت سید سید محمود آغا نقشبندی ١٢٩١ھ ٭ حضرت پیر امیر شاہ قادری (مظفر آباد) ٭ حضرت پیر فضل حق گل آبا کوہاٹی نقشبندی قادری ١٣٧١ھ/٢ ستمبر ١٩٥٢ء (رہنما تحریک پاکستان)

١٢ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت ابو حمزہ محمد بن ابراہیم بغدادی ٢٦٧ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ اختیار الدین ٨٣٨ھ ٭ حضرت سید شفیق مرغول ابدال ٨٩٧ھ ٭ حضرت مخدوم جہانیاں جہان گشت جلال بخاری دوران فلک ٩٠٣ھ ٭ حضرت مفتی ابو الصفا دمشقی ١١٢٠ھ ٭ حضرت پیر شاہ سرہندی ١١٤٥ھ ٭ حضرت شاہ خدا بخش ١٢٦٩ھ ۔

١٣ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت ابو اسحق ابراہیم کرمان شاہی ٣٣٧ھ ٭ حضرت سید عبدالقادر انییاد ٧٢٥ھ ٭ حضرت سائیں محمد عبد اللہ ساقی سرمست قلندر (مستجاب الدعوات)١٣٧٦ھ

١٤ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت ابو عمر محمد بن احمد نجند نیشاپوری ٣٦٦ھ ٭ حضرت شاہ عبدالغفار ٣٩٧ھ ٭ حضرت ابو سعید قیلوی ٥٥٧ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ عبدالرؤف ٧٠٠ھ ٭ حضرت شاہ سوندھا حق نما ٧٩٢ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ بایزید بغدادی ٧٩٧ھ ٭ حضرت سید محمد طفیل اتردلوی ١١٥١ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ محمد فاضل مجددی ١١٥١ھ ٭ حضرت شاہ حسین گجراتی ١١٨٣ھ ٭ حضرت اخون شاہ سُدَنی ١١٩١ھ ٭ حضرت حافظ ہدایت اللہ رامپوری ١٢٥٩ھ ٭ حضرت شاہ ابو الفضل ظہیر الدین محمد پناہ عطا عرف میاں جی ١٢٧٥ھ ۔

١٥ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت سیدنا یقوب علیہ السلام ٭ حضرت خواجہ اسحق بہاولپوری ٨٨٨ھ ٭ حضرت مولانا محمد افضل الہ آبادی ١١٢٤ھ ٭ حضرت مولانا رفیع الدین مراد آبادی ١٢١٨ھ ٭ حضرت خواجہ عبد الصمد خان المعروف حضور جی ١٣٦٩ھ/٢٧ ستمبر ١٩٥٠ء (رہنما تحریک پاکستان)

١٦ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت سید محمد حسن نوری بخاری ١٣٣ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ احمد نوریزی٢٤٤ھ ٭ حضرت ابو عبداللہ مغربی ٣٦٧ھ ٭ حضرت ابو المنصور اصفہانی ٤١٨ھ ٭ حضرت ابو الفرح فراغی ٤٩٧ھ ٭ حضرت مسعود شوغی دغ ابدال ٦١٣ھ ٭ حضرت سید علی بن احمد ٧٠٠ھ ٭ حضرت مولوی محمد امین بدایونی ١٢٥٥ھ ۔

١٧ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت ابو الحسن علی بصری ٣٧١ھ ٭ حضرت ابو محمد بصری ٣٨٥ھ ٭ حضرت ابو بکر محمد بن ابراہیم سوسی ٣٨٦ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ عثمان بن عمرو باقلانی ٤٠٢ھ ٭ حضرت سیدی ابو عبداللہ محمد حمیدی اندلسی ٤٨٨ھ ٭ حضرت شاہ خدا قلی ٥٢١ھ ٭ حضرت خواجہ فخرالدین زاہد ٧٠٤ھ ٭ حضرت خواجہ خورد محمد بن حضرت عزیزان علی رامتینی خوارزمی ٧١٥ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ فضل اللہ الہٰ آبادی ١١٦٧ھ ٭ حضرت شاہ باسط علی قلندر ١١٩٦ھ ٭ حافظ محمد امین چشتی لاہوری ١٣٦٣ھ ٭ پیر سید سچل شاہ جیلانی (خیرپورسندھ)

١٨ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت امیر المؤمنین سیدنا عثمانِ غنی رضی اللہ عنہ ٣٥ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ محی الدین عاصم ٧٦٥ھ ٭ حضرت محب اللہ شامی ١١٠٣ھ ٭ شاہ آل رسول مارہروی ١٢٩٦ھ ٭ صدر الافاضل حضرت مولانا نعیم الدین مرادآبادی ٭ حضرت شیخ احمد بن صبغت اللہ شافعی مدراسی محدث (مصنف فتاوی صبغیہ) ١٣٠٧ھ ٭ حضرت سیف الدین چشتی (شجاع آباد)

١٩ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت ابوالحسن احمد نوری ٢٩٤ھ ٭ حضرت عبدالستار کاشغری ٦٨٧ھ ٭ حضرت شاہ ابو المکارم فاضل ٨٣٩ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ سعدی وزیر آبادی ١١٠٢ھ ٭ حضرت سید نور محمد گیلانی ١١٢٦ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ خیر الدین خیر شاہ چشتی ١٢٢٨ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ محمد سعید چشتی ١٢٣٠ھ ۔

٢٠ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت عبداللہ شاہ غازی (بن سید محمد نفس ذکیہ بن سید عبد اللہ المحض شہید ) ١٥١ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ جمال الدین جمن ٩٠٤ھ ٭ حضرت سید جلال الدین حمید ١١١٤ھ

٢١ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت محمد جام طوسی ٣٣٧ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ برہان الدین ابو محمد حسین ہمدانی ٥٨٩ھ ٭ حضرت سید اسمٰعیل اکبری ٥٩٨ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ عبدالحمید غوری ٤٣٧ھ ٭ حضرت سید عبدالاول سنبری ٥٥٣ھ ٭ حضرت شاہ صدر الدین قسیم العباد ٨٠٩ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ نظام ارنولی چشتی ٩٩٧ھ ٭ حضرت حاجی رفیع الدین ١٢٥٩ھ ٭ حضرت سید علی مردان شاہ جیلانی قادری (نورائی شریف)١٣٦٩ھ

٢٢ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت شیخ ابو العباس ٢٠١ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ ماد ہو قادری لاہوری ١٠٥٦ھ ٭ حضرت شاہ الہدیہ قلندر ١١٤٧ھ ۔ ٭ حضرت مولانا شاہ عبدالعلیم میرٹھی

٢٣ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت ام المؤمنین صفیہ رضی اللہ عنہا ٢٥ھ ٭ حضرت ابو الحسن علی بن ادریس یعقوبی٦٢١ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ صدر الدین عارف سہروردی ٦٨٤ھ ٭ خواجہ محمد حامد تونسوی ٭ حضرت محمد خدایار چشتی ٭ حضرت سید ابو محمد امام شاہ (لودھراں) ٭ حضرت بابا سید حیدر علی شاہ ٭ حضرت سید قاسم علی گیلانی (مکھر شریف اٹک)

٢٤ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت ابو القاسم عبدالصمد واعظ دینوری ٣٩٧ھ ٭ حضرت سید جلال عبدالقادر عرب سید احمد ٦٩٩ھ ٭ حضرت سید محمد محی الدین جوز البطعی ٧٤٥ھ ٭ حضرت خواجہ محمد عرف عمر پارسا نقشبندی(خلیفہ حضرت خواجہ بہاؤ الدین نقشبند) ٨٢٢ھ ٭ حضرت شاہ نعمت اللہ ولی ٨٣٤ھ ٭ حضرت نجم الدین غوث الدہر ٨٣٧ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ جلال الدین صابری کریم الطرفین ٩٨٩ھ ٭ حضرت مولوی مفتی غلام سرور لاہوری ١٣٠٧ھ ۔

٢٥ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت ابو المغیت حسین بن منصور حلاج ٣٠٩ھ ٭ آغا سید رہبر حسین شاہ مظہر گیلانی (مترجم قصیدئہ غوثیہ بر زبان سندھی و راہنما تحریک پاکستان) ١٣٩٢ھ

٢٦ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت ابو عمر عبدالملک گازرونی ٣٥٨ھ ٭ حضرت جمال شاہ قادری چشتی (مچھی میانی ، کھارادر، کراچی) ٭ خواجہ عبد الخالق اویسی (چشتیاں) ٭ حضرت مولانا حکیم گل محمد قریشی (ملتان) ٭ حضرت خواجہ در محمد غریب نواز (رحیم یار خان)

٢٧ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت شیخ اسعد ٢٤٩ھ ٭ حضرت ابو بکر جعفر المقلب پشبلی جنان الفردوس ٣٣٤ھ ٭ حضرت مولانا بہاؤالدین یمنی ٦٢٨ھ ٭ حضرت عبدالغفار صدیقی٧٢٧ ٭ حضرت صدر الدین انقلاب نفس ٨٦٣ھ ٭ حضرت شاہ فیض اللہ روح العالمین ٨٩٩ھ ٭ حضرت خواجہ بہاؤ الحق خاصہئ خدا ٩٢٢ھ ٭ حضرت شاہ قاسم سلیمانی ٩٧٥ھ ٭ حضرت سید عبدالصمد خدا نما ٩٩٩ھ ٭ حضرت حاجی محمد عبداللہ بغدادی ١٢٠١ھ ٭ حضرت شاہ داؤد مصری ١٢١١ھ ٭ حضرت شاہ کریم بخش ١٢٧٩ھ ٭ استاذ العلماء مولانا وجیہ الدین مدراسی ١٣١٠ھ

٢٨ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت امیر المؤمنین عمرفاروق رضی اللہ تعالی عنہ ٢٣ھ ٭ حضرت قاضی القضاہ شہاب الدین احمد حجر عسقلانی ٨٥٢ھ ٭ حضرت سید حسام الدین ٩٨٢ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ عبدالواحد صفاتی فنا ١٠٠٧ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ محمد صدیق صابری ١٠٨٤ھ ٭ حضرت شیخ عبدالاحد سرہندی ١١٤٢ھ ٭ حضرت پیر بچل شاہ عرف مستان شاہ (گاڑی کھاتہ ، ایم اے جناح روڈ، کراچی) ١٢٩١ھ

٢٩ ذی الحجہ

٭ حضرت ابو عبداللہ سنجری ٢٥٥ھ ٭ حضرت سیدی ابو عبداللہ محمد سلامہ فضاعی ٤٥٤ھ ٭ حضرت خواجہ علیم الدین چشتی ٨٠٥ھ ٭ حضرت مرزا کامل بدخشی ١١٣٠ھ ٭ حضرت سید محمد کریم قول الارواح ١١٨٨ھ ٭ حضرت محمد ظہیر قاسمی چیچہ وطنی

٣٠ ذی الحجہ

حضرت ابو عمر بغدادی ١٨٧ھ
(رضی اللہ تعالیٰ عہنم اجمعین و رحمہما اللہ)


تحریر: علامہ نسیم احمد صدیقی مدظلہ عالی
منجانب: انجمن ضیائے طیبہ ، کراچی ، پاکستان
02 October 2012 Published in Blog


Each and every Prophet and Messenger of Allah was blessed with a perfect disposition. They were handsome and their lineage noble. Their character was good as was their behavior. This is because they all possess the attributes of perfection. They guided to the completed the code of human spiritual behavior which was to be completed by Prophet Muhammad Peace and Blessings of Allah be Upon Him and practiced virtuous deeds on account of their rank being of the most noble and their degree being of the highest.

The Seal of the Prophethood – Sayyiduna wa Mawlana
MuHammad ar-RasoolAllah SallAllaho Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam

Allah tells us that He preferred some of the Prophets and Messengers over others with His words,

تلك الرسل فضلنا بعضهم على بعض منهم من كلم اللـه ورفع بعضهم درجات وآتينا عيسى ابن مريم البينات وأيدناه بروح القدس
"These are the Noble Messengers, to whom We gave excellence over each other; of them are some with whom Allah spoke, and some whom He exalted high above all others; and We gave Eisa (Jesus), the son of Maryam, clear signs and We aided him with the Holy Spirit" [Surah al-Baqarah : 253]

He also tells us,

ولقد اخترناهم على علم على العالمين
"And We knowingly chose them, among all others of their time" [Surah al-Dukhan : 32]

Prophet Muhammad Peace and Blessings of Allah be Upon Him said,

إن أول زمرة يدخلون الجنة على صورة القمر ليلة البدر... على خلق رجل واحد ، على صورة ، أبيهم آدم ، طوله ستون ذراعاً في السماء
"The first group to enter the Garden of Paradise will be like the full moon… every man will be in the height of their father Adam who was sixty cubits (90 feet) tall." [Sahih Bukhari, Volume 4, Page 93 – Sahih Muslim, Volume 4, Page 2179]

Sayyiduna Moosa Kalimullah (Moses) Alaihis Salam - Palestine

The description of several of the prophets has been made known to us by Prophet Muhammad Peace and Blessings of Allah be Upon Him who tells us,

رأيت موسى فإذا هو رجل ضرب ، رجل ، أقنى كأنه من رجال شنوءة و رأيت عيسى فإذا هو رجل ربعة ، كثير خيلان الوجه ، أحمر كأنما خرج من ديماس
"I saw Moosa (Moses), he was tall with curly hair. He resembled the men of Shanu'a. I saw Eisa (Jesus), he was of medium height with a reddish face just as if he had come out after having taken a hot bath."

He further described him as being slender, like a sword. He gave additional information about Moosa saying,

مبطن مثل السيف
"He is like the best men you have ever seen with a dark complexion."

Of himself he said,

و أنا أشبه ولد إبراهيم به
"Among the descendants of Ibrahim, I am the one who most resembles him." [Sahih Bukhari, Volume 4, Page 122 – Sahih Muslim, Volume 1, Page 153]

Sayyiduna Abu Hurayrah Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu tells us,

ما بعث الله تعالى من بعد لوط نبياً إلا في ذروة من قومه
"After Prophet Lot, Allah did not send a prophet who was not from the noblest class of his people." In addition to this is that they were among the wealthy and powerful. [Mustadrak, Volume 2, Page 561]

Sayyiduna Anas ibn Maalik Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu tells us that

ما بعث الله نبياً حسن الوجه ، حسن الصوت ، و كان نبيكم أحسنهم وجهاً ، و أحسنهم صوتاً
Allah did not send a prophet without making his face and voice beautiful, and that Prophet Muhammad, may Allah praise and venerate him and grant him peace, had the most handsome face of all of them and also the best voice. [Shama'il al-Tirmidhi, Page 254]

During the cross-examination of Sayyiduna Abu Sufyan Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anho by Heraclius, Emperor of Rome, Heraclius said,

و سألتك عن نسبه ، فذكرت أنه فيكم ذو نسب ، و كذلك الرسل تبعث في أنساب قومها
"I questioned you about his lineage and you said that he was of good lineage among you, and that is how all the Messengers have bee sent, from the noble families of their people." [Sahih Bukhari, Volume 4, Page 125]

Sayyiduna Yusha' bin Noon Alaihis Salam - Iraq

Prophets and Messengers preferred by Almighty Allah

There are many references to the Prophets and Messengers who were preferred by Allah mentioned in the Holy Qur'an, some of which are mentioned below:

Of Prophet Ayyub Alaihis Salam, Allah says,

إنا وجدناه صابرا نعم العبد إنه أواب
"We indeed found him patiently enduring; what an excellent bondman! He is indeed most inclined." [Surah al-Saad : 44]

Of Prophet Yahya Alaihis Salam, Allah says,

يا يحيى خذ الكتاب بقوة وآتيناه الحكم صبيا۔ وحنانا من لدنا وزكاة وكان تقيا۔ وبرا بوالديه ولم يكن جبارا عصيا۔ وسلام عليه يوم ولد ويوم يموت ويوم يبعث حيا
"O Yahya - hold the Book firmly"; and We gave him Prophethood in his infancy. And compassion from Ourselves, and chastity; and he was extremely pious. And was good to his parents and not forceful, nor disobedient. And peace is upon him the day he was born, and the day he will taste death, and the day he will be raised alive." [Surah al-Maryam : 12-15]

Sayyiduna Zakariya Alaihis Salam - Alleppo, Syria

He also tells us of the time Prophet Zakariyah Alaihis Salam was given the good news of a son,

أن اللـه يبشرك بيحيى مصدقا بكلمة من اللـه وسيدا وحصورا ونبيا من الصالحين
"Indeed Allah gives you glad tidings of Yahya (John), who will confirm a Word (or sign) from Allah, - a leader, always refraining from women, a Prophet from one of Our devoted ones." [Surah Aal-e-Imran : 39]

He tells us,

إن اللـه اصطفى آدم ونوحا وآل إبراهيم وآل عمران على العالمين
"Indeed Allah chose Adam, and Nooh, and the Family of Ibrahim, and the Family of Imran over the creation." [Surah Aal-e-Imran : 33]

Of Prophet Nuh He says,

إنه كان عبدا شكورا
"He was indeed a grateful bondman." [Surah al-Isra : 3]

Sayyiduna Jarjees Alaihis Salam - Mousul, Iraq

Of Prophet Eisa Alaihis Salam He says,

إذ قالت الملائكة يا مريم إن اللـه يبشرك بكلمة منه اسمه المسيح عيسى ابن مريم وجيها في الدنيا والآخرة ومن المقربين
"And remember when the angels said, “O Maryam! Allah gives you glad tidings of a Word from Him, whose name is the Messiah, Eisa the son of Maryam - he will be honourable in this world and in the Hereafter, and among the close ones (to Allah)." [Surah Aal-e-Imran : 45]

Allah quotes Prophet Eisa Alaihis Salam who said,

إني عبد اللـه آتاني الكتاب وجعلني نبيا۔ وجعلني مباركا أين ما كنت وأوصاني بالصلاة والزكاة ما دمت حيا
"I am Allah’s bondman; He has given me the Book and made me a Herald of the Hidden (a Prophet). And He has made me blessed wherever I be; and ordained upon me prayer and charity, as long as I live." [Suran al-Maryam : 30-31]

Sayyiduna YaHya Alaihis Salam - Damascus, Syria

and Almighty Allah warns,

يا أيها الذين آمنوا لا تكونوا كالذين آذوا موسى
"O People who Believe! Do not be like the people who troubled Moosa" [Surah al-Ahzab : 69]

Prophet Muhammad Peace and Blessings of Allah be Upon Him tells us that Prophet Moosa Alaihis Salam was a modest man who covered himself. No part of his body was seen on account of his modesty. [Ash-Shifa, Volume 1, Page 136]

Allah quotes Prophet Moosa Alaihis Salam as saying,

فوهب لي ربي حكما وجعلني من المرسلين
"so my Lord commanded me and appointed me as one of the Noble Messengers." [Surah al-Shu'ara : 21]

Sayyiduna Hud and Sayyiduna Sualeh Alaihim as-Salam - Iraq

Several Prophets mentioned by Almighty Allah

Several of the prophets are mentioned by Almight Allah in the Holy Qur'an as saying to their people,

إني لكم رسول أمين
"I am indeed a trustworthy Noble Messenger of Allah to you." [Surah al-Shu'ara : 107]

In reference to Prophet Ibrahim Alahis Salam, Almighty Allah says,

ووهبنا له إسحاق ويعقوب كلا هدينا ونوحا هدينا من قبل ومن ذريته داوود وسليمان وأيوب ويوسف وموسى وهارون وكذلك نجزي المحسنين۔ وزكريا ويحيى وعيسى وإلياس كل من الصالحين۔ وإسماعيل واليسع ويونس ولوطا وكلا فضلنا على العالمين۔ ومن آبائهم وذرياتهم وإخوانهم واجتبيناهم وهديناهم إلى صراط مستقيم۔ ذلك هدى اللـه يهدي به من يشاء من عباده ولو أشركوا لحبط عنهم ما كانوا يعملون۔ أولئك الذين آتيناهم الكتاب والحكم والنبوة فإن يكفر بها هؤلاء فقد وكلنا بها قوما ليسوا بها بكافرين۔ أولئك الذين هدى اللـه فبهداهم اقتده قل لا أسألكم عليه أجرا إن هو إلا ذكرى للعالمين
"And We bestowed upon him Ishaq (Isaac) and Yaqub (Jacob); We guided all of them; and We guided Nooh before them and of his descendants, Dawud and Sulaiman and Ayyub and Yusuf and Moosa and Haroon; and this is the way We reward the virtuous. And (We guided) Zakaria and Yahya (John) and Eisa and Ilyas; all these are worthy of Our proximity. And Ismael (Ishmael) and Yasa’a (Elisha) and Yunus (Jonah) and Lut (Lot); and to each one during their times, We gave excellence over all others. And some of their ancestors and their descendants and their brothers; and We chose them and guided them to the Straight Path. This is the guidance of Allah, which He may give to whomever He wills among His bondmen; and had they ascribed partners (to Allah), their deeds would have been wasted. These are the ones whom We gave the Book and the wisdom and the Prophethood; so if these people do not believe in it, We have then kept ready for it a nation who do not reject (the truth). These are the ones whom Allah guided, so follow their guidance; say (O dear Prophet Mohammed - peace and blessings be upon him), “I do not ask from you any fee for the Qur’an; it is nothing but an advice to the entire world." [Surah al-An'aam : 84-90]

Sayyiduna Younus Alaihis Salam - Mousul, Iraq
Prophets and Messengers as Possessors of Admirable Qualities

In the following Qur'anic quotations Allah describes the prophets and messengers as possessors of many fine and admirable qualities; right action, chosen, judgment and prophecy.

Concerning Ishaq Alahis Salam, Allah tells us that the angels said to Ibrahim Alahis Salam,

لا تخف وبشروه بغلام عليم
"“Do not fear!”; and they gave him the glad tidings of a knowledgeable son." [Surah adh-Dhariyat : 28]

And of Ismail Alaihis Salam Allah says,

فبشرناه بغلام حليم
"We therefore gave him the glad tidings of an intelligent son" [Surah as-Saaffat : 101]

Almight Allah says,

ولقد فتنا قبلهم قوم فرعون وجاءهم رسول كريم۔ أن أدوا إلي عباد اللـه إني لكم رسول أمين
"And before them We indeed tried the people of Fir'aun, and an Honourable Noble Messenger came to them. Who said, “Give the bondmen of Allah into my custody; I am indeed a trustworthy Noble Messenger for you.”" [Surah al-Dukhan : 17-18]
Sayyiduna Sheeth Alaihis Salam - Iraq

At the time when Prophet Ibrahim Alaihis Salam was about to fulfill his sacrificial vision of his son, Ismail Alaihis Salam told him,

يا أبت افعل ما تؤمر ستجدني إن شاء اللـه من الصابرين
"O my father! Do what you are commanded! Allah willing, you will soon find me patiently enduring!" [Surah as-Saaffat : 102]

Of Ismail Alaihis Salam, Almighty Allah says,

واذكر في الكتاب إسماعيل إنه كان صادق الوعد وكان رسولا نبيا
"And remember Ismail in the Book; he was indeed true to his promise and was a Noble Messenger, a Prophet." [Surah al-Maryam : 54]

Allah speaks of the devotion of Moosa Alaihis Salam saying,

إنه كان مخلصا وكان رسولا نبيا
"He was indeed a chosen one, and he was a Noble Messenger, a Herald of the Hidden." [Surah al-Maryam : 51]


قال ستجدني إن شاء اللـه صابرا ولا أعصي لك أمرا
"Said Moosa, 'Allah willing, you will soon find me patient and I will not do anything against your instructions.'" [Surah al-Kahf : 69]

Sayyiduna Ibrahim Khalilullah Alaihis Salam - Palestine

Allah tells us that Sulayman Alaihis Salam was,

نعم العبد إنه أواب
"what an excellent bondman! He is indeed most inclined." [Surah al-Saad : 30]

Allah calls upon us to remember,

واذكر عبادنا إبراهيم وإسحاق ويعقوب أولي الأيدي والأبصار۔ إنا أخلصناهم بخالصة ذكرى الدار۔ وإنهم عندنا لمن المصطفين الأخيار
"And remember Our bondmen Ibrahim, and Ishaq, and Yaqub – the men of power and knowledge. We indeed gave them distinction with a genuine affair – the remembrance of the (everlasting) abode. And in Our sight, they are indeed the chosen ones, the beloved." [Surah al-Saad : 45-47]

Of Prophet Dawud Alaihis Salam, He says,

عبدنا داوود ذا الأيد إنه أواب
"Our bondman Dawud, the one blessed with favours; he is indeed most inclined (towards His Lord)."  [Surah al-Saad : 17]


وشددنا ملكه وآتيناه الحكمة وفصل الخطاب
"And We strengthened his kingdom and gave him wisdom and just speech." [Surah al-Saad : 20]
Sayyiduna Ishaaq Alaihis Salam - Palestine

Of Prophet Yousuf Alaihis Salam, Almighty Allah says,

قال اجعلني على خزائن الأرض إني حفيظ عليم
"Said Yusuf, 'Appoint me over the treasures of the earth; indeed I am a protector, knowledgeable.'" [Surah al-Yousuf : 55]

Allah mentions the saying of Prophet Shu'aib Alaihis Salam,

ستجدني إن شاء اللـه من الصالحين
"Allah willing, you will probably find me of the righteous." [Surah al-Qasas : 27]


ما أريد أن أخالفكم إلى ما أنهاكم عنه إن أريد إلا الإصلاح ما استطعت وما توفيقي إلا باللـه عليه توكلت وإليه أنيب
"I do not wish that I myself act against it; I only intend to make improvements as far possible; my guidance is only from Allah; I rely only upon Him and towards Him only do I incline." [Surah al-Hud : 88]

Sayyiduna Sho'aib Alaihis Salam

Of Prophet Loot Alaihis Salam, Allah tells us,

ولوطا آتيناه حكما وعلما
"And We gave Lut the kingdom and knowledge" [Surah al-Anbiya : 74]

Of Zakariyah and Yahya Alaihim as-Salam, Allah tells us,

إنهم كانوا يسارعون في الخيرات ويدعوننا رغبا ورهبا وكانوا لنا خاشعين
"indeed they used to hasten to perform good deeds, and pray to Us with hope and fear; and used to weep before Us." [Surah al-Anbiya : 90]

Sayyiduna Sufyan Ath-Thawri Alaihir raHma draws our attention to another aspect of the characteristics and qualities found in the prophets, which is their continuous sorrow, this is an indication of their perfection and there are many prophetic quotations that endorse this fact.

Sayyiduna Imran Alaihis Salam - Salalah, Oman

Prophet Muhammad, may Allah praise and venerate him and grant him perfect peace, described for himself,

إنما الكريم ابن ا لكريم ابن الكريم ابن الكريم يوسف بن يعقوب بن إسحاق بن إبراهيم ،نبي ابن نبي ابن نبي ابن نبي
"Verily! without a doubt, I am Generous, son of the Generous, son of the Generous. The noble son of a noble son, of a noble son of a noble man, Yousuf, son of Ya'qub, son of Ishaq, son of Ibrahim the prophet, son of a prophet, son of a prophet, son of a prophet." [Sahih Bukhari, Volume 4, Page 119 – Mustadrak, Volume 2, Page 571 – Ash-Shifa, Volume 1, Page 139]

He also said,

و كذلك الأنبياء تنام أعينهم و لا تنام قلوبهم
"The eyes of the prophets slept, but their hearts did not sleep." [Sahih Bukhari, Volume 4, Page 152]

Prophet Sulayman Alaihis Salam who was given a great kingdom, never raised his eyes to the heavens because he was humble and feared Allah. As for his diet, he would eat coarse bread made from barley but would serve others with fine food. [Az-Zuhud wa Imam Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, Page 91]

It was revealed to him, "O leader of worshipers and goal of the abstinent." The story has reached us of how one day when he was riding on the wind with his armies, an elderly woman complained to him, whereupon he commanded the wind to stop so he might attend to her need before he continued on his way. [Ash-Shifa, Volume 1, Page 140]

Sayyiduna Haroon Alaihis Salam - Mount Ohud, Madina Munawwarah

When Prophet Yousuf Alaihis Salam was asked, "Why are you hungry when you are in charge of the treasures of the earth?" He replied, "I am fearful that I might become full and thereby forget those who are hungry." [Ash-Shifa, Volume 1, Page 140]

Abu Hurayrah heard the Prophet Peace and Blessings of Allah be Upon Him say,

خفف على داود القرآن ، فكان يأمر بدوابه ، فتسرج ، فيقرأ القرآن قبل أن تسرج ، و لا يأكل إلا من عمل يده
"Recitation was made easy for Dawud. He would order his mount and turn it loose, and would finish his recitation before his mount wandered off." [Ash-Shifa, Volume 1, Page 140]

Prophet Dawud Alaihis Salam ate only from the labor of his own hands and would ask Allah to provide for him from the work of his own labor so that he would not need to take anything from the treasury. Almighty Allah tells us,

ألنا له الحديد ۔ أن اعمل سابغات وقدر في السرد
"and We made iron soft for him. 'Make large coats of armour and keep proper measure while making;'" [Surah Saba : 10-11]

Sayyiduna Dhul-Kifl Alaihis Salam - Iraq

Prophet Muhammad Peace and Blessings of Allah be Upon Him told his Companions,

أحب الصلاة إلى الله صلاة داود ، وأحب الصيام إلى الله صيام داود : كان ينام نصف الليل ، و يقوم ثلثه ، و ينام سدسه ، و يصوم يوماً و يفطر يوماً و كان يلبس الصوف ، و يفترش الشعر ، و يأكل خبز الشعير بالملح والرماد ، و يمزج شرابه بالدموع ، و لم ير ضاحكاً بعد الخطيئة ، ولا شاخصاً ببصره إلى السماء ، حياء من ربه ، و لم يزل باكياً حياته كلها . و قيل : بكى حتى نبت العشب نت دموعه ، و حتى اتخذت الدموع في خذه أخدوداً . و قيل : كان يخرج متنكراً يتعرف سيرته ، فيستمع الثناء عليه ، فيزداد تواضعاً
"The prayer Allah loves most is that of Dawud, and the fast He loves most is that of Dawud. He would sleep for half of the night, stand up for a third and sleep for a sixth. He would fast alternate days. He wore wool and slept on hair. He ate barley bread mixed with salt and ashes. His drink was mixed with tears after his error of inaccurate judgment in which he had passed judgment before hearing from the second party. He was never seen to laugh nor look upwards to the sky because of his shyness before his Lord and he wept continuously until he died. It is said that he wept until plants sprang up from his tears and until the tears formed a crease on his cheeks, and that when he went out he would disguise himself to learn what people thought of his justice, and upon hearing people praise him, he became more humble." [Sahih Bukhari, Volume 4, Page 128 – Sahih Muslim, Volume 2, Page 816 – Kitab az-Zuhud, Page 71 – Ash-Shifa, Volume 1, Page 140]

Eisa Alaihis Salam was asked, "Why don't you ride a donkey?" He replied,

أنا أكرم على الله من أن يشغلني بحمار
"I exalt Allah so much to be occupied with tending to a donkey." [Musannaf Abi Shayba as stated in Manabil as-Safa of Imam Suyooti, Page 87]

His clothing was made from hair and he ate from the trees. He did not have a house and would sleep wherever sleep overtook him. The name he most liked to be called by was "the very poor". [Kitab az-Zuhud]

Sayyiduna Danial Alaihis Salam - Mousul, Iraq

Prophet Muhammad Peace and Blessings of Allah be Upon Him spoke of the trials of previous prophets saying,

لقد كان الأنبياء قبلي يبتلي أحدهم بالفقر و القمل ، و كان ذلك أحب إليهم من العطاء إليكم
"Some of the prophets before me were tested with poverty and lice. They preferred those trials to gifts." [Mustadrak, Volume 4, Page 307]

Mujahid tells us that Prophet Yahya's food was that of herbs and he wept so much on account of his fear of Allah that puffed-up folds formed on his cheeks. To avoid people he would eat in the company of wild animals. [al-Bidaya wa an-Nihaya, Volume 1, Page 149]

Tibri narrated from Wahb Ibn Munabbih that Moosa sought shelter in a hut. He ate and sipped from a stone with a hollow in it. In humility he sipped in a way similar to that of an animal because of the honor Allah had shown him by speaking to him. [Ash-Shifa, Volume 1, Page 141]

Sayyiduna Ayyub Alaihis Salam - Between Babil and Kufa, Iraq

These reports have all been recorded and the perfect attributes of the prophets and messengers together with their good character, handsome features and qualities are well known so we will not linger any more on them. Should you read contrary to these reports in other books, know that the historian or commentator is among the ill-informed.

Extracted from:
Al-Shifa bi Ta'rifi Huqooqil Mustafa, Part 1, Section 2
By Imam Qadhi Iyad al-Maliki Alaihir raHmah wa ar-Ridwan
02 October 2012 Published in Blog


How Would the Creation Respond?
In honor of the Beloved Prophet of Allah


If the creation of Allah were to become aware of the blasphemous and sacrilegious mockery, insulting and dishonouring the Beloved of Allah [Habībullāh], the Chosen-One [Al-Muştafā], the Owner of the Praised Station [al-Maqām al-Mahmūd], Mercy of the Worlds [Rahmat al-‘Ᾱlamīn], the intercessor of the sinners [Shafi`i al-Mudhnibīn] the possessor of the best character [al-Khuluq al-Adhīm], then no doubt the creation would tremble. If Allah gave them the ability to speak to the Muslims then what would be their response?

The Ka’aba would say, “I was honoured to bow down to him when he arrived into this world. I felt delighted when he came into me and honoured me.”


The Mountains would say, “We would be overwhelmed (Mount Uhud) and were moved when the blessed feet were on top of us. [Al-Bukhārī] We were ready to listen to the command of the Beloved. We would have crushed the enemies of our Beloved if he commanded us. But he was sent as a Mercy (Rahmah) and prayed for them.” [Al-Zarqānī]

The Pebbles would say, “We were imprisoned in the hands of the staunch enemy (Abū Jahl) and yet we called out his name (Kalimah), responding to his order.” [Jalāluddīn al-Rūmī]

The Sun would speak out, “O Muslims! I surrendered myself to the order of the Blessed one and I rose again after I had already set.” [Al-Zarqānī and al-Shifā]

The Moon would say, “I would move according to the pointing of my beloved when he was in the cradle. [Imām Baihaqī in his Dalāil] I split my heart into two when the blessed finger pointed towards me.” [Al-Zarqānī]


The Water of the Wells would say, “We were blessed of receiving his saliva. We changed our traits and became sweet only for his sake.” [Al-Zarqānī]

The Fire would speak out, “I cooled down for his beloved companion (‘Ammār Bin Yāsir RadiAllāhu Anhumā) when my beloved told me to do so.” [Shaykh Abdul Haqq al-Dehlavī]

The Camels would say, “We would come to see him. We would prostrate in front of the best of creation, the Mercy of the worlds.” [Imām Ahmad Ibn Hanbal]

The dried palm tree-trunk (Hannānah) would say, “I was honoured being in his blessed company. I cried like a baby in separation of my Beloved. He embraced me and buried me with his blessed hands.” [Al-Bukhārī and Zarqānī]


The Donkey would say, “I (Yafūr) was privileged of carrying the best of creation on my back. After his veiling away from this world, I could not endure his separation so. I fell into a well and gave my life in his love.”

The Eagle would cry out, “I was blessed holding his blessed Sandals to protect him from the poisonous snake.”

The Deer would say, “I listened to the order of my Beloved by coming back after feeding my children. He then freed me. I was so delightful that I went running to the jungle reading his Kalima.” [Imām Ahmad Ibn Hanbal]

The Pigeons would say, “We protected him and his companion (Abū Bakr al-Siddīq RadiAllāhu ‘Anhu) by laying eggs and sitting on our nests on the mouth of the cave (Thour).” [Al-Zarqānī]

The Clouds would say, “We shaded the Sun of the universe. We moved with him wherever he went. When he commanded us, we showered rain on his blessed city.”


The Burāq would say, “How fortunate I was! I carried the beloved from the Sacred Haram (Makkah) to Masjid al-Aqsa.” [Tafsīr Rūh al-Bayān]

The Spider would say, “I spun a web to close the mouth of the cave to protect him and his companion (Abū Bakr al-Siqqīq RadiAllāhu ‘Anhu) from the enemies.”

The small stones
would respond, “We were honoured to be thrown by his blessed hands. He blinded the enemies in the midst of a battle (Hunayn).” [Mishkāt al-Maşābīh]

The Trees would speak out, “We were honoured of serving the Beloved of Allah by shading him when he blessed us with his presence. We would uproot ourselves and come to him crawling whenever he ordered us to do so.” [Qādī Iyād in his al-Shifā and Surūr al-Mahzūn]


The Lion would speak out, “I helped one of the companions of my Beloved and guided him (Safīnah RadiAllāhu ‘Anhu).” [Qādī Iyād in his al-Shifā]

The Wolf would say, “I spoke out eloquently to inform the shepherd of the arrival of the Prophet who possessed the Knowledge of the past and the future (Yukhbirukum Bimā Madā wa mā huwa kāinun).” [Qādī Iyād in his al-Shifā]

The Goats would say, “We were honoured of prostrating to him and kissing his forehead when he was in the lap of Halīma. Others were blessed by being sacrificed at his hands and others miraculously gave milk to serve him and his companions.” [Imām Ahmad Ibn Hanbal and al-Shifā]

They would all then speak out and would say,

“O Muslims! We served him as much as we could. But what have you done to serve him and honour him though you claim to be his followers? Our Beloved Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam is being insulted yet you do nothing? We responded to his every call and yet you are disobeying him. O Muslims! Be sure that salvation is only in his obedience.”


Chand Shaq Ho, Payrr Bolein, Jaanwar Sajda Karein;
BaarakAllah! Marja'-e-Aalam Yahi Sarkaar Hay

[Imam Ahmad Ridā Khan Alayhi al-Rahmah]

The Moon splits, the trees speak and animals Prostrate;
Allah Bless! The center of the universe is indeed this Master


— — —
Penned by
Muhammad Hussain Qadiri
[Bolton - United Kingdom]
02 October 2012 Published in Blog


All praise is to Allah, the Lord Of The Creation. The Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. Owner of the Day of Recompense. Who blessed us being the Ummah of His Beloved Rasool Sallallaho Alaihi wa Sallam. Who sanctified our hearts with the Love and Affection towards His Beloved Rasool Sallallaho Alaihi wa Sallam. Who blessed us the with the most precious treasure of Iman (Faith)... Countless Salutations, Peace and Blessings be upon the Cream of the Creation... Mercy for all Worlds... Seal of the Prophets Sayyiduna wa Maulana MuHammadur RasoolALLAH Sallallaho Alaihi wa Sallam, His Blessed Parents, His entire Family, His Progeny, His Companions and all those who Follow Him!!

Dear Brothers and Sisters! Iman is to accept every word of Sayyiduna RasoolAllah SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam as absolute and nothing else but truth and to testify whole-heartedly the reality and truth of Sayyiduna Rasoolullah SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam.

One who observes the above would be called a Muslim, that is, if any of his words, actions or conditions does not reject, insult or falsify Almighty Allah and His Rasool SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam. His relationship with Almighty Allah and His Rasool SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam must be above all other relationships. He must love and respect all those who are the beloved of Almighty Allah and His Rasool SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam even though that person may be his enemy. He must disrespect and hate all those who disrespect and hate Almighty Allah and His Rasool SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam even if that person may be his beloved son. Whatever he gives should be for Almighty Allah and whatever he abstains from must be for Almighty Allah. Such a persons Iman is known as "Kaamil" or "Complete".

Sayyiduna RasoolAllah SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam states:

من أحب لله وأبغض لله وأعطى لله ومنع لله فقد استكمل الإيمان
"One who loves for Allah, hates anyone because of Allah, spends for Allah and holds back for Allah, then, indeed, he has completed his Iman." [Sunan Abi Dawood, Vol. 2, Page 632, Hadith 4681]

Penalty for Insulting the Beloved Prophet
SallAllaho Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam

This is an enormous subject, but we shall concentrate in what constitutes an insult then the impending penalty.

1. The verdict of infidelity for insulting the Holy Prophet SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam will depend upon the apparent words and no consideration will be given to the intention and the purpose of the person committing the insult and the circumstances of the time. [Imām Shahāb ud-Dīn Khafājī Hanafī, Nasīm ar-Riyadh, Vol. 4, Page 426]

2. When a person (a Muslim) speaks ill of the Holy Prophet SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam is any connection, he becomes an infidel. According to some ‘Ulamā, if a man uses an insulting word even for the sacred hair of the Holy Prophet Muhammad SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam he will become an infidel. [Fatāwah Qadī Khan, Vol. 4, Page 882]

3. If a Muslims abuses the Holy Prophet Muhammad SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam or lies about him or picks out faults in him, or robs him of his dignity, he commits the act of infidelity against Allāh Almighty. [Imām Abū Yūsuf, Kitāb al-Khiraj, Page 182]

4. Truly whoever abused the Holy Prophet SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam or ascribed any fault to him or attributed any defect to his family, religion or his habit, or reproached him, or compared the Holy Prophet Muhammad SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam with any defective thing with the objective of degrading his personality and prestige, he is truly an abusive person and deserves to be executed. We make absolutely no exception to this verdict, whether the insult has been committed intentionally or unintentionally. This has been the verdict of all the ‘Ulamā of the Ummah from the time of the Companions to the present day. [Qadī Iyadh, Ash-Shifa, Vol. 2, Page 214]

5. It is narrated by Imām Abū Hafs al-Kabīr Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu that if anybody ascribes a defect even to the sacred hair of the Holy Prophet Muhammad SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam he will become an infidel. Imām Muhammad Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu mentioned in his ‘Mabsūt’ that it is an act of infidelity to abuse the Holy Prophet SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam.

6. It is beyond doubt that the whole of the Ummah is unanimous that the one who slanders the Holy Prophet Muhammad SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam or any of the other Prophets, is an infidel, whether he committed this act while considering it legitimate or illegitimate. He is an infidel in the opinion of the Ulema, and whoever doubts his infidelity is also an infidel. [Dhakhairat al-Uqba, Page 240]


7. It is stated in Fatawa Alamgir (also known as Fatawa al-Hindiya) that No ta’wīl will be heard for manifest, unambiguous words. Fatāwah Khulasa, Fusul ‘Imadiya, Jami’ al-Fusulin and Fatāwah Hindiya and others state: If someone calls himself RasûlAllâh or refers to himself as Paighambar in Persian and then says that he meant that he is an ambassador who delivers someone’s message; then he will become a Kâfir. [Fatāwah Hindiya, Vol. 2, Page 263]

8. Imām Qadī ‘Iyadh writes that Imām Ahmad bin Abī Sulaiman, student of Imām Sahnun rahimahumAllah, was asked about a man to whom it was said that “In the name of RasûlAllâh”, he said “May Allah do so-and so with RasûlAllâh” and uttered insolent words. It was said to him, “Oh enemy of God! What do you utter about the Messenger?” He replied using even harsher words and then said, “By saying RasûlAllâh, I meant a scorpion”. Imām Ahmad bin Abī Sulaiman advised the questioner thus, “Bear witness against him so that he may get the punishment of death and that you get the reward. I am with you on this” [meaning, give evidence against him to the Muslim judge and I will also try that we get the judge to issue a verdict of capital punishment and gain the reward of this]. Imām Habīb bin Rabī’ says that this is because no ta’wīl is heard for explicit words. [al-Shifa’ fī Ta’rif Huqūq al-Mustafa, Vol. 2, Page 209]


9. Mawlana ‘Alī Qarī writes that is, when that man said that he was referring to a scorpion – he claimed the literal meaning of the word Risalah in that even the scorpion is sent by Allāh to the people – this ta’wīl is rejected according the rules of the Sharī’ā. [Sharh Shifa’ Mullah ‘Alī Qarī ma’a Nasīm al-Riyadh, Vol. 4, Page 343]

10. ‘Allamah Shihāb Khafājī writes that Indeed the literal meaning of the word that he referred to is true and denying this is stubbornness. However, his claim that he had intended these meanings will not be accepted because this ta’wīl is extremely farfetched. To twist the meaning of word from its apparent meaning will not be heard just as when a man says to his wife that you are taaliq and then gives the explanation that what I meant was that she is open, not tied up [literally, taaliq means extended]. Such a ta’wīl will not be accepted and he will be thought to be delirious. [Nasīm al-Riyadh Sharh Shifa’, Vol. 4, Page 343]

We can go on quoting the righteous Ulama on this topic and the verdict is the same, a single bad word towards the Holy Prophet SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam under any circumstance, intentional or not, leads to Kufr! Furthermore, any Muslim doubting the Kufr of an abuser of the Holy Prophet SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam will himself become a Kafir!!

Dear Muslims!! Is it possible that the heart that contains the love and honour of the master of the universe, Sayyiduna Muhammad SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam, could ever tolerate insults to him, though it may be his Ustadh, Murshid, leader or even father? Would the heart that extremely loves the Holy Prophet SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam above all creation, ever respect or love one who belittles the unique and faultless Prophet of Allah SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam, even though it may be his own child or intimate friend?

All good is from Allah Ta’ala whereas mistakes are from this humble speck. May Allah Ta’ala bring us closer to Him and His Rasool SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam. May He accept our humble efforts and grant us the capacity to be good and do good. May we live in this World with extreme protection of Iman and leave this world having our Iman safe and sound... Aameen bi jahi Sayyid al-Ameen Alaihi Afdal as-Salati wa at-Tasleem!!

Faysal Noori Ridawi
Slough - United Kingdom
02 October 2012 Published in Blog

Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala says in the Holy Qur'an

قل إن كان آباؤكم وأبناؤكم وإخوانكم وأزواجكم وعشيرتكم وأموال اقترفتموها وتجارة تخشون كسادها ومساكن ترضونها أحب إليكم من الله ورسوله وجهاد في سبيله فتربصوا حتى يأتي الله بأمره والله لا يهدي القوم الفاسقين
Say, "If your fathers, and your sons, and your brothers, and your wives, and your tribe, and your acquired wealth, and the trade in which you fear a loss, and the houses of your liking - if all these are dearer to you than Allah and His Noble Messenger and fighting in His way, then wait until Allah brings about His command; and Allah does not guide the sinful." [Surah Tauba : 24]

This verse demonstrate encouragement, advice, proof and indication of the necessity to love Prophet Muhammad SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam. It is also sufficient to demonstrate that this duty is of tremendous proportion. It is an obligation and the right of the Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam.

You will have observed how Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala reprimands those whose love of relatives and property are dearer to them than Allah and His Messenger SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam. Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala concludes His warning with the threatening words "then wait until Allah shall bring His command." And from this it is understood that those whose love is other than for Allah and His Messenger SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam, are astray and are not guided by Allah.

Sayyiduna Anas Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho tells us that one day the Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam, told his Companions,

لا يؤمن أحدكم حتى أكون أحب إليه من ولده و والده و الناس أجمعين
"None of you will believe until I am more beloved to him than his children, his father and all people."

Sayyiduna Anas Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho also reported,

ثلاث من كن فيه وجد حلاوة الإيمان : أن يكون الله ورسوله أحب إليه مما سواهما . و أن يحب المرء لا يحبه إلا لله ، و أن يكره أن يعود في الكفر كما يكره أن يقذف في النار
"There are three things that if someone were to seek refuge in them they would experience the sweetness of belief. They are that Allah and His Messenger are more beloved to him than anything else; that he loves a person only for the sake of Allah, and he loathes the notion of reverting to disbelief as much as he would loathe to be cast into the Fire."

Sahih Bukhari, Kitab al Iman, Vol 1, Page 9
Sahih Muslim, Kitab al Iman, Vo1 1, Page 66/67

One day Sayyiduna Umar Ibn al-Khattab Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho went to the Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam, and told him,

لأنت أحب إلي من شيء إلا نفسي التي بين جنبي
"I love you more than anything except my soul which is between my two sides."

The Prophet replied,

لن يؤمن أحدكم حتى أكون أحب إليه من نفسه
"None of you will believe until I am dearer to him than his own soul."

Sayyiduna Umar Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho immediately replied,

و الذي أنزل عليك الكتاب لأنت أحب إلي من نفسي التي بين جنبي
"By the One who sent down the Book to you, I love you more than my soul which is between my two sides."

The Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam, replied,

الآن يا عمر
"Umar, you have reached it." [Sahih al-Bukhari, Kitab al-Iman, Vol 11, Page 522]

Sayyiduna Sahl Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho warned,

من لم ير ولاية الرسول عليه في جميع الأحوال ، و يرى نفسه في ملكه صلى الله عليه و سلم لا يذوق حلاوة سنته ، لأن النبي صلى الله عليه و سلم قال لا يؤمن أحدكم حتى يكون أحب إليه من نفسه
If someone does not think that the Messenger of Allah is his master in all matters or should think that he does not fall under the his jurisdiction he does not taste the sweetness of his prophetic way, because he said, "None of you will believe until I am dearer to him than himself." [Sahih al-Bukhari, Kitab al Iman, Vol 1, Page 9]

The reward for Loving the Prophet
Sayyiduna Anas Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho tells us of the occasion when a man came to the Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam and asked,

متى الساعة يا رسول الله ؟
"When will the Last Hour come, O Messenger of Allah?"

Whereupon the Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam, inquired,

ما أعددت لها

"What have you prepared for it?"

The man replied,

ما أعددت لها من كثير صلاة و لا صوم و لا صدقة ، و لكني أحب الله و رسوله
"I have neither prepared an abundance of prayer, fasting or charity for it, but I love Allah and His Messenger."

The Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam, told him,

أنت مع من أحببت
"You will be with the one you love."

Sahih Bukhari, Kitab Manaqib Umar, Vol 5, Page 11
Sahih Muslim, Kitab al Birr, Vol 4, Page 2033

Sayyiduna Safwan Ibn Qudama Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho was told the same when he declared his love for the Messenger of Allah SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam. [Sunan Tirmidhi, Kitab az-Zuhd, Vol 4, Page 23]

Sayyiduna Ali al-Mutardha Radi ALLAHu Ta'ala Anho narrates that the Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam, took hold of the hands of his grandsons Sayyiduna Al Hasan and Sayydina Al Hussain Radi ALLAHu Anhum Ajma'een and said,

من أحبني و أحب هذين و أباهما و أمهما كان معي في درجتي يوم القيامة
"Whosoever loves me and loves these two, their father and mother, will receive the same degree as myself on the Day of Resurrection." [Sunan Tirmidhi, Kitab Manaqib Ali, Vol 5, Page 305]


One day a man came to the Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam, and told him,

يا رسول الله ، لأنت أحب إلي من أهلي و مالي ، و إني لأذكرك فما أصبرحتى أجيء فأنظر إليك ، و إني ذكرت موتي و موتك تعالى فعرفت أنك إذا دخلت الجنة رفعت مع النبيين ، و إن دخلتها لا أراك
"O Messenger of Allah, I love you more than my family and possessions. I always remember you and could not wait to come just to look at you. I bear in mind that I will die and you will die, and I know that when you enter the Garden you will be raised up with the Prophets, but when I enter it I will not see you."

Shortly after Allah sent down the verse,

ومن يطع الله والرسول فأولئك مع الذين أنعم الله عليهم من النبيين والصديقين والشهداء والصالحين وحسن أولئك رفيقا
"And whoever obeys Allah and His Noble Messenger, will be with those upon whom Allah has bestowed grace - that is, the Prophets and the truthful and the martyrs and the virtuous; and what excellent companions they are!" [Surah al-Nisa, Verse 69]

Having received this verse the Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam, called the man back and recited it to him. [Tafseer Durr al-Manthoor, Vol 2, Page 588]

A man came to visit the Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam, and could not stop gazing at him. The Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam, gently inquired the reason why, whereupon the man replied,

بأبي و أمي ! أتمتع من النظر إليك ، فإذا كان يوم القيامة رفعك الله بتفضيله
"May my father and mother be sacrificed on you! I enjoy gazing at you and on the Day of Resurrection, Allah will exalt you on account of the high esteem in which He holds you!"

It is also said that it was then that Allah sent down the verse mentioned above.

We are given the good news transmitted by Anas that the Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam, said,

من أحبني كان معي في الجنة
"Whosoever loves me will be with me in the Garden." [Manabil as-Safa lil Suyooti, Page 182]


O Allah, We ask You and turn our face to You, by Your Beloved, the chosen, with You: O our beloved, O (our Master) Muhammad, we ask you to intercede with Your Lord us, so intercede for us with the greatest Lord. O best, pure messenger. O Allah accept his intercession by his honor with You. And make us the best of those who praise and call for peace upon him. And make us the best of those who are near to him and who are received by him. And the best of those who are in love with him, and are loved in his presence... Aameen!!

Extracted from
Ash-Shifa bi Ta'rifi Huqooqil Mustafa
by Imam Qadhi Iyad al-Maliki Alaihir raHmah
02 October 2012 Published in Blog



The Dream of Hadrat Abu Bakr Siddique Radi Allahu Ta’ala Anhu

Hadrat Abu Bakr Siddique Radi Allahu Ta’ala Anhu was a merchant prior to the advent of Islam and once traveled to Syria on business. While there, he had a dream in which he saw the sun and the moon descend from the sky and fall onto his lap. He took hold of them, placed them against his chest, and then stored them in a sheet. In the morning, he met with a Christian priest and sought an interpretation to the dream.
The priest asked him, “Who are you?”
“I am Abu Bakr, a resident of Makkah.”
“Which tribe are you from?”
“The Banu Hashim.”
“And what’s your means of livelihood?”

The priest then said,
“So listen carefully: The Final Prophet, Muhammad (Peace and Blessings of Allah be Upon Him), has arrived, and he is from your tribe. If it wasn’t for him, Allah wouldn’t have created the Earth, the Heavens, or even another prophet. He’s the leader of whatever came first and whatever comes last. O Abu Bakr! Soon you’ll join this deen and become both a minister and a viceroy of it. This is the dream’s interpretation. Listen too, that I’ve read the praise of this Prophet in the Torah and in the Bible, and I’ve already brought Imaan upon him and accepted Islam – only I haven’t revealed this yet to the Christians out of fear.”

Hearing this, the love for the Holy Prophet began to grow within Hadrat Abu Bakr Siddique Radi Allahu Ta’ala Anhu, and he immediately headed back to Makkah, looked for the Holy Prophet (Peace and Blessings of Allah be Upon Him), and cooled his eyes with his blessed sight.
The Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam saw him and said, “Abu Bakr ! You’ve come. Now quickly enter the religion of truth.”
Hadrat Abu Bakr respectfully replied, “Fine, but I’d like to see a miracle.”
The Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam said, “Whatever you saw in Syria, and its interpretation by the priest, was solely my miracle.”
Hearing this, Hadrat Abu Bakr replied,
صدقت يارسول الله انا اشهد انك محمد رسول الله
You’ve spoken the truth, and I testify that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah.” [Jami’ul Mu’jizat, Page 14]

Lesson: We see that Hadrat Abu Bakr Siddique Radi Allahu Ta’ala Anhu is a true Khalifa of Islam, and also that nothing of the happenings of the world is unknown to the Beloved Prophet (Peace and Blessings of Allah be Upon Him). We also come to know that had it not been for our Beloved Prophet (Peace and Blessings of Allah be Upon Him), nothing else in this world would have been created!!
02 October 2012 Published in Blog
Khalifa-e-Majaz (Accredited Successor) of AlaHadrat
Sadr al-Shari'ah Mufti Abu al-'Ula Amjad Ali al-Aa'zmi


Sadr-e-Shariat (“Chief of the Islamic Law”), Badr-e-Tariqat (Shining Moon of the Spiritual Path or Tariqah), Hadrat ‘Allama Mowlana Shah Amjad Ali Aazmi the son of Hakim Jamal al-Din, son of Maulana Khuda Bakhsh, son of Moulana Khairuddin (1299 AH – 1878-9) was born in the district of Ghosi in India, Mohalla “Karimuddin”, district Azamgarh.
His father and grandfather both were renowned scholars in religious theology and expert specialists in the “Unani” (Greek) system of medicine.
When his grandfather, Hadrat Maulana Khudabakhsh went to perform Hajj, then on his return from Makkah al-Mukarramah to Madinah al-Munawwarah, he received the permission (ijazah) for the recitation of Dala’il al-Khayrat.
He received his elementary education from his grandfather. After that he studied books in general education for the beginners from his elder brother, Maulana Muhammad Siddique. At the end of the elementary course and on the advice of his elder brother, he was admitted to the “Madrasa-e-Hanfiyya” in Jaunpur, for further education under the supervision and guidance of Jami’ Ma’qulat wa Manqulat, Hadrat ‘Allama Moulana Hidayatullah Khan Rampuri, Jaunpuri (d. 1326 ah – 1908 AD – student of Imam al-Falsafa, Mujahid-e-Jalil, Hadrat ‘Allama Fadhl-e-Haqq Khayrabadi). At that time, there was no ‘proper’ rail system and it was also quite difficult to get hold of any transport by which Sadr al-Shari’ah could easily travel from Azamgarh to Jaunpur and vice versa. Hence, he would travel from Ghausi to A’zamgarh by foot. Then from there, he would reach Madrasa-e-Hanfiyya, Jaunpur, via a camel-driven carriage.
On completion of the prescribed course (Dars-e-Nizami) at the Madrasa-e-Hanfia Jaunpur, he presented himself before the great scholar, Shiekhul Muhadditheen (the Master of the people who are elite in the subject field of Hadith), Allama Maulana Wasi Ahmed Surti (d.1334 AH – 1916 AD) for higher education in Ahadeeth and with that end in view, he joined Madrasat-ul-Hadeeth, in PiliBhît and received the Sanad (authenticated certificate or degree) from that Madressa in 1320 AH – 1902 AD.

During this time, AlaHadrat, the Great Reviver of Islam, Maulana Shah Ahmed Raza Khan fadhile-e-Bareilly needed the services of a teacher at the Darul-Uloom, Manzar-e-Islam, which he founded.
Maulana Amjad Ali then left his clinic and proceeded to Bareilly. At Bareilly, he first worked as a teacher. Later on he was also entrusted with the supervision of the Matbah-e-Ahle Sunnah (Printing Press), and was also given presidency of the Education branch of Tehreek Jam’at-e-Raza-e-Mustafa, in Bareilly. These responsibilities he conducted with great endeavour, devotion, in addition to this was the issuance of Fatawas (Juridical Opinions), which he continued as his newly acquired mission.
He took oath of allegiance (Baiy’at) on the hands of the great eminent scholar, faqih, Imam, Muhaddith, Mufakkir, Musannif, Mudabbir, al-Sheikh Mufti Hafiz-o-Qari Imam Ahmed Rida Khan Bareilly and was soon honoured with the bestowment of Khilafat (headship of the various mystical paths, e.g Silsila Qadriya, Chistiya, Soharwardiya, Naqshbandiya, Barkatiya, and so on). He derived affectionate blessings and guidance from his Chief Mentor (shaykh), and quickly rose to the heights and ranks of perfection.
In the matters concerning fatawa, Imam Ahmed Rida Khan had complete reliance and full confidence in ‘Allama Amjad Ali Khan on account of his diligence and competence in the Mission entrusted to him. Paying tributes to his capabilities Imam Ahmed Rida on one occasion stated:
You will find the quality of understanding the religion (tafaqquh) to a greater degree in Maulvi Amjad Ali (Sadr al-Shari’ah) incomparable to others present here (in the field of learning). The reason being that he is adept in announcing, writing and examining the various fatawa. He writes down what I say in response to the inquiries sought in this behalf. He has the adoptive nature; he grasps the point of issue without much effort. He has acquired familiarity with methods and procedures (which is an asset for him in this profession)
During the stay of Hadrat Sadr al-Shariah at Bareilly, the work-load demanding immediate attention had increased tremendously, even to the extent of wonderment and amazement because of the multi-dimensional varieties of the work involved, such as the supervision of the publishing press, proof reading, guidance (briefing) to the pressmen, dispatch of parcels and letters, writing/dictating of the Islamic Juridical fatawas, and so on. Each of which demanded uninterrupted attention. On top of all this, he had to conduct all these work almost single-handedly. The blessings and supplications of Imam Ahmed Rida had revitalised and rejuvenated his spirit of work for the sake of the religion (deen) to such an unbelievable degree that he did not feel any kind of tiredness, mental exhaustion or even any physical disindination, for the work at hand. People often in amazement of this phenomenon, would quite truly exclaim:
Mawlana Amjad Ali Sahib is a work machine
Maulana Amjad Ali saheb contributed and rendered enormous and uncountable services in the initiation and finalisation of the grandiose, matchless and unique translation of the Holy Qur’an, by Imam Ahmed Rida, entitled Kanz al-Iman, under the chronological title Kanz al-Iman fi Tarjamah al-Qur’an (1330A.H., coinciding 1911A.D.)
He adopted teaching as a professional career at his early youth and continued to serve as such till the end of his life. He produced such unique, matchless, peerless and illustrious students/disciples who left an indelible and ever shining marks in the annals of proficient crusaders and research scholars which even the sublime erudition and meteoric learning itself shall be proud of (as achievement by disciples/students) which in fact will itself be a praiseworthy and a pride worthy tribute to the learning and its potentials to attain the high mark of proficiency. For a considerable length of time, he served as a teacher in the renowned centre of knowledge, Madrasah Manzar al-Islam, in Bareilly Shareef.
In the year 1924 A.D./1343 A.H., he went to Ajmer Sharif to join as the Head teacher (Sadr al-Mudarrisin) for Dar al-‘Ulûm Mu’iniyah Uthmaniyah.
In 1933 A.D./1351 A.H., he returned back to Bareilly, and stayed here for a continuous 3 years. After that he joined as the Sadr al-Mudarrisin of Dar al-‘Ulum Hafiziah Shervani, in response to an invitation of Nawab Haji Ghulam Muhammad Khan Shervan ruler Dadun (Ali Garh), and stayed there in that capacity for a full seven years, rendering yeoman service, for the cause of learning and for the uplifting of the institution. The great scholar and administrator Maulana Habib al-Rehman Shervani while delivering a presidential speech on the occasion of the Annual function of the school, in 1937A.D./1356 A.H., paid glorious tributes to the personal and professional qualification of Moulana Amjad Ali in the following words:
Mawlana Amjad Ali is one of the four or five teachers in the whole sub-continent whom I recognise as having been appointed on merits.
At that time, Maulana ‘Abd al-Mushahid Khan was working as an assistant teacher in the same school. He has also expressed his impression in these words:
Maulana Amjad Ali was the Chief teacher (Sadr al-Mudarris) in this institution for more than seven years. He had also worked as a Head Master in various schools at Bareilly, Ajmer, and many other places all around the sub-continent of India. Being an experienced teacher for quite a number of years, he has full command over the profession of teaching.
Up to 1943 A.D./1327A.H. He stayed at Dadun, then he remain at Banaras for a year; thereafter, till 1945 AD/1364 A.H., he taught at Dar al-‘ Ulum Manzar al-Islam, in Bareilly.
In the vicinity of the Ajmer shrines, the descendants and offspring of Prithvi Raj had settled as permanent inhabitants. Though these settlers were converts to Islam, they retained and followed practices, which were openly contrary to Islam, and its teachings, and at times bordering the fringes of atheism, and cults of idolatry. They were also deficient and negligent about the fundamental modes of worship, and their fulfilment with due regard to the Farai’dh (compulsory), and Wajibat.
At the advice and guidance of Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah, his students and disciples chalked a programme of Tabligh (conveying the message of Islam, especially its fundamentals, and basic principles), amongst these nominal Muslims. The programme was religiously implemented. It had pleasant effects. The visits and preaching of young students under the command of the religious leaders worked magic on those eager and God-fearing minds, because their Islamic nomenclature was at stake, unless it was corrected in time and tuned to Islamic Ideology. The verve and zest displayed by these people soon transformed their entire outlook and they clustered around these enthusiastic preachers and they open-heartedly and whole-heartedly welcomed their Iman arousing sermons and resolved to act upon them.

Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah was basically and mentally tuned as a religious scholar, but he was also at home and conversant with the politics of the day (which was raging throughout the length and breadth of the sub-continent). And whenever and wherever necessity chose, he defended and extolled the Islamic nation, even as a political entity with sound reasoning and in political parlance. His murshid-e-tariqat (mystic leader), Imam Ahmed Rida Bareilly was a staunch supporter of the “Two Nation Theory”, which was based on the fundamental issue that the nations of idol worshipers (but parast) and idol breaker (but shikan), cannot be joined into a single nation. This was the basic foundation of the demand for Pakistan.
Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah was a true believer of the Muslim nationhood as a separate entity, and so was Sadr al-Afadhil Sayyid Na’eemuddin Muraadabadi, and many of our great and eminent scholars, and he spread no endeavours for the cause of Muslim entity. He preached this theory with full force of his command on the 14th of Rajab 1339, corresponding 24th March 1921, Jami’ah al-‘Ulema al-Hind (which consisted mostly of the Nationalist Muslims) held their convention, at Bareilly in which Maulana Abu al-Kalam Azad and other leaders participated.
The leaders of the Jamiat had come fully prepared, and confident that they will outwit and defeat the opponents of Muslim-Hindu unity. Maulana Amjad Ali, being the president of the Academic branch of Jam’ah al-Raza-e-Mustafa accepted the challenge and presented to the leaders of the Jami’ah ‘Ulema-e-Hind a comprehensive questionnaire based on 70 questions related to the so-called Hindu-Muslim unity, and demanded their reply to the said-questionnaire. But the pro-Hindu “Ulema” of the Jami’ah ‘Ulema-e-Hind failed to send even one reply to the questions posed, in spite of repeated reminders which were sent to them.
The great learned scholar, Maulana Sayyid Na’im al-Din al-Muradabadi, expressed the under-noted opinion of the said questionnaire in a letter addressed to Imam Ahmed Rida Khan:
“Our Master! Your blessings abound
After presenting my greeting of salaam, I beg to submit that after taking the leave of yours, I reached my residence and studied the comprehensive questionnaire. Really these questions are based on “Divine Dispensation”. Surely these questions do not provide the opponents any room for a convincing reply (and definitely they are defenceless at the moment)
At the time of departure, Abu al-Kalam Azad said at the Bareilly-Ry Station: All the various objections raised in the questionnaire are real and correct. Why should people commit errors, which cannot be (adequately) replied and defended. Such errors (falsehoods) provide the other party an opportunity to seize upon it”
On 19-20 Sha’ban corresponding 3/4th October 1350 A.H./1939 A.D., a meeting was held in Muradabad, under the chairmanship of the Khalifa al-Awwal of Imam Ahmed Rida, al-Sheikh, al-‘Allama Mufti Hujjah al-Islam, Hamid Rida Khan. In this meeting, Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah was prominent by his august presence. All this jamiat later became popular with the name of “All India Sunni Conference”
In April 1946, a convention on a grand scale was held at Banaras, under the auspices of Sunni Conference. The session so held was unique and unparalleled as a very large number of Scholars and Saints, to the tune of over 5, 000 in number participated. This convention had assumed the fundamental significance for the establishment and consolidation of Pakistan. In that session, a committee was set up, comprising of prominent ‘Ulema and Masha’ikh to suggest ways, and also to give their views and opinions for a means for the smooth running of an Islamic Government body. Among the distinguished participants, was none other than the name of Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah.

ALLAH, blessed Mawlana Amjad Ali with the bestowment of many different sciences and branches of knowledge and craft to perfection, but he had an intrinsic inclination towards the knowledge, which is regarded as sacred, as Imam Shafi’ once stated:
Every kind of knowledge except for that related to the Holy Qur’an is just a pastime... and except for Hadith, and Fiqh in the religion (Islamic Jurisprudence)
He had a great inclination towards Tafseer, Hadith and Fiqh (Islamic Jurisprudence). He had the detailed, but complex Islamic rulings of many different topics, of the Fiqh on the top of his tongue. In recognition of his multi dimensional acquisition of the various branches and sciences of knowledge , Imam Ahmed Rida, the Great Reviver of Islam, has conferred the title “Sadr al-Shari’ah” to him during his stay at Dadun (District of Aligarh).
Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah started writing marginal notes (annotations or hawashi) on the voluminous book of Imam Abu Ja’far Tahawi (d. 321A.H./933A.D.) on hadith, entitled “Sharh Ma’an al-‘athar”, and in the short period of seven months, he completed a comprehensive annotation. The special feature and note of surprise is that the annotation was hand-written with a fine-pointed pen, and that too with one pen; it comprised 450 pages, each page consisting of 35-36 lines! It means that having retired after each days’ arduous preoccupation, which consumed and enormous time and energy he found the time to write about 2 ½ pages each day. The heart rendering tragedy in this connection is that that composition of the marginal notes (Annotation) could not remain preserved (if this masterpiece had survived, it would have surely revolutionised the word of Islamic erudition as a monument of universal acclaim. It is really unfortunate that the Muslim ummah has been deprived of an ever-lasting source of learning and guidance) .
His second masterpiece is Fatawa Amjadia, which is a unique 4-volumed book, comprising of the various fatawa enquired in his service, as regards to many Islamic topics. One must note that these were only a few of the many questions that were asked to him, and most have not been recorded till date. Nonetheless, it is still quite a unique book of Academic Researches. Then he turned to writing books for the children, when the illustrated book of Primary education (in Urdu) was introduced, which contained pen-drawn pictures and drawings to illustrate the various letters of the Urdu alphabet.
Hadrat Amjad Ali wrote a primer (Urdu Qa’idah), containing pictures of lifeless objects. the Qa’idah had the blessing that the child experienced no difficulty in recognising and getting familiar with the alphabets. He could read the book of his standard in a much shorter time than through other methods.
He had the proficiency and skill of explaining very complex, and difficult passages in a simple and easy to understand language.
Bahâr-e-Sharî’at is that universally acclaimed book of Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah which can be justifiably called the Encyclopedia of the Hanafi Islamic Jurisprudence . Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah wrote 17 parts of the 20-chaptered book, and the other remaining 3 parts he could not write due to great subsequent sorrows of the death of members of his blessed family.
Nevertheless, to complete this great service he gave counsel that, due to his persistent illness, any of his students or family members should complete. Hence, the 3 parts were completed by his great students.
The renowned book of fatawa, entitled “Fatawa-e-‘Alamgiri” or “Hindiyya” was compiled by the efforts of more than 500 outstanding scholars at that time. Despite this, there is not much written as regards to which proposition (mas’alah) is the most authentic and which one is weak. The respect that Alamgir showed and had for these great ‘Ulema who compiled Fatawa-e-‘Alamgiri was that whenever they entered his court, ‘Alamgir would immediately stand up in respect for them.
On the other hand, Sadr al-Shari’ah wrote the famous Hanafi Encyclopaedia of Fiqh on his own, and in addition to this, he also made it clear and mentioned which proposition were authentic so that it is easier for the reader to learn and memorise the authentic propositions, without having to refer to books in languages which one could not understand. Furthermore, this book has been written in such a beautiful, but simple manner that not only can the ‘Ulema (scholars) use it, but also the public in general can gain much benefit from it.
If we look at it in this manner, then Bahar-e-Shari’at is a much more beneficial and advantageous service for Islam and the Muslim ummah, in comparison to Fatawa-e-‘Alamgiri compiled by more than 500 outstanding scholars.
This book is said to have been started in writing, sometime in 1915 AD/1334 A.H., and was complete (up to the seventeen parts, then written in 1943 A.D./1362 A.H.). he had the desire to write the remaining 3 more parts, but circumstances did not permit. Within a short span of four years, eleven dear members of his family breathed their last. These bereavements took such a heavy toll of his mental and physical capability that he lost his sight and all the work of writing and completing anything came to a sudden halt.
The initial six parts of Bahâr-e-Sharî’at were personally heard (the author, Sadr al-Shari’ah, reciting them) by al-Sheikh Imâm Ahmed Ridâ Khan. He corrected or modified at carious places and embellished them with his introductory notes. The significant aspect of the Bahâr-e-Sharî’at is that each chapter begins with the verses of the Holy Qur’an, then the various ahâdîth as related to the topic, then an introductory note, followed by a detailed and concise annunciation of the jurisprudential problems and their answers according to the Qur’ân, Hadîth, Sunnah and the aqwal of the ‘Ulema.

Below we note the names of all the great students of Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah, Hakim Abu al-‘Ula Amjad ‘Ali A’azmi:
  • “Sh’er Besha-e-Sunnat”, Munadhir al-A’azam, Moulana Hashmat ‘Ali of Pilibhit
  • “Muhaddith al-A’azam Pakistan”, Maulana Abu al-Fadhl Sardar Ahmed of Layal Pura, now Faisalabad
  • “Mujahid-e-Millat”, al-Sheikh al-‘Allama Maulana Habib al-Rehman, President of the All India Tabligh-e-Sirat (Orissa – India)
  • Imam al-Nahw, Sadr al-’Ulema Sayyid Ghulam Jilani Merthi (author of Bashir al-Kamil, Bashir al-Najiyah, Bashir al-Qari, and many more works)
  • “Hafiz-e-Millat” al-Shah, ‘Allama Hafiz ‘Abd al-‘Aziz Muhaddith-e-Muradabadi thumma Mubarakpuri, Principal of the renowned Islamic University, “al-Jamiâ’ Ashrafia, Misbah al-‘Uloom” in Mubarakpur, Azamgarh, India
  • “Amin-e-Shari’at”, Munadhir-e-Ahl-e-Sunnat, Mufti-e-Azam Kanpur, Maulana Rifaqat Husain Muzaffarpuri
  • “Shams al-‘Ulema”, Qadi Shams al-Din Jaunpuri (author of Qanun-e-Shari’at”)
  • “Khayr al-Adhkiya” Hadrat Mawlana Ghulam Yazdani A’azmi, former Head teacher (Sadr al-Mudarris) of Jami’a Razviyya, Mazhar-e-Islam, in Bareilly Sharif.
  • “Sayyid al-‘Ulema”, Sayyid Al-e-Mustafa – Marehra Sharif
  • “Fakhr al-Amathi”l “Jami’ Ma’qulat wa Manqulat”, ‘Allama Muhammad Sulaiman Bhaghalpuri
  • “Sheikh al-Hadith” Hadrat ‘Allama ‘Abd al-Mustafa A’azmi
  • Hadrat ‘Allama ‘Abd al-Mustafa Azhari (son of Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah)
  • “Khalil al-‘Ulema” Hadrat Maulana Mufti Khalil Khan Barkati
  • “Sheikh al-‘Ulema”, Hadrat ‘Allama Ghulam Jilani Ghausvi
  • “Ra’is al-Muhaddithin” Hadrat ‘Allama Mubin al-Din Amrohwi
  • “Abu al-Mahasin” Hadrat Maulana Mohammad Mohsin Sahib Faqih al-Shafi’ – Lahore, Pakistan
  • “Faqih-e-Azam” “Na’ib-e-Mufti-e-Azam”, al-Sheikh al-‘Allama Mufti Sharif al-Haq Amjadi
  • Hadrat Maulana Mohammed Ilyas Siyalkoti
  • Hadrat Maulana Mufti Mohammed A’jaz Radhwi
  • Hadrat Maulana Waqar al-Din, Dar al-‘Ulum Amjadiya – Karachi - Pakistan
  • Hadrat Maulana Taqaddus ‘Ali Khan, Sheikh al-Jami’ah Rashidiyah, Pir Gauth (Sindh – Pakistan)
  • Hadrat Maulana Mukhtar al-Haq – Bikiturdir Sharif
  • Hadrat Maulana Israr al-Haq Indori
  • Hadrat Maulana Mukhtar al-Haq – “Khatib-e-A’azam” – Dar al-Salam
  • Hadrat Maulana Khalil Ahmed Sahib Kichaucha Sharif
  • Hadrat ‘allama Sayyid Zahir Ahmed – Aligarh
  • Hadrat Maulana Mujib al-Islam saheb Adrawi
  • Hadrat Maulana Afdhal al-Din M.P.
  • Hadrat Maulana Mufti ‘Atfullah – Aligarh
  • Hadrat Maulana Mehbub Rida Khan Sahib – Karachi
  • Hadrat Maulana Sadiqullah sahib – Banaras
  • Hadrat ‘Allama Ghulam Asi saheb – Balya
  • Hadrat Maulana Qari Asad al-Haq Muradabadi
  • Hadrat Maulana ‘Atiq al-Rehman tilshepuri
  • “Muhaddith al-Kabîr”, al-Sheikh Dia al-Mustafa (son of Sadr al-Shari’ah)
  • Hadrat ‘Allama Qari Raza al-Mustafa (son of Sadr al-Shari’ah)
  • Hadrat Maulana Hakim Shams al-Huda sahibzadah
  • Hadrat Maulana Mohammad Yahya – Ghausi
And many more great students upon whom, not only the ahle Sunnah, but also the entire Islamic nation looks with pride and honour.

  • Sadr al-Afadhil ‘Allama Sayyid Na’im al-Din Muradabadi
  • Hujjah al-Islam, ‘Allama Hamid Rida Khan (son of Imam Ahmed Rida)
  • Mufti-e-A’zam-e-Hind, ‘Allama Mustafa Rida Khan (son of Imam Ahmed Rida)
  • Malik al-‘Ulema ‘Allama Zafr al-Din Bihari
  • ‘Umdah al-Mutakallimin Sayyid Sulaiman Ashraf Bihari
  • Hadrat ‘Allama Sayyid Ahmed Ashraf ibn Ashrafi Miya – Kichaucha sharif
  • Muhaddith-e-A’zam-e-Hind Sayyid Muhammed Kichauchavi
  • Hadrat Maulana Hakim Barakat Tonki
  • Hadrat ‘Allama Wakil Ahmed Sikandarpuri
  • Hadrat ‘Allama Maulana Fadhl-e-Haqq Rampuri
  • Hadrat ‘Allama Mu’in al-Din Ajmeri
  • Hadrat Maulana Nur al-Hasan Rampuri
  • Maulana Qadi ‘Abd al-Wahid sahib – Patna
  • Hadrat ‘Allama Dia al-Din Pilibhiti
  • Muballigh-e-Islam, Hadrat ‘Allama ‘Abd al-‘Alim Siddiqi Merthi
  • Hadrat Maulana Sayyid Misbah al-Hasan
BLESSED KHULAFA (Accredited Successors)
Here are the names of his famous Khulafa:
  • Sher Besha-e-Sunnat, Mazhar-e-Alahadrat, al-Sheikh ‘Allama Hashmat ‘Ali Khan
  • Muhaddith-e-azam Pakistan, Maulana Sardar Ahmed Khan
  • Hafiz-e-Din-o-Millat, Hadrat ‘Allama ‘Abd al-‘Aziz “Muhaddith-e-Muradabadi”
  • “Sheikh al-‘Ulema” Hadrat ‘Allama Ghulam Jilani A’azmi
  • Mufti-e-Azam Kanpur, al-Sheikh Mufti Rifaqat Husain Kanpuri
  • Hadrat ‘Allama Hafiz Qari MuHammad Musleh al-Din Siddiqui
  • Sharih Bukhari, Faqih-e-Azam, al-Sheikh Mufti Sharif al-Haqq Amjadi
  • ‘Allama Ghulam Yazdani Ghausvi
  • Hadrat Maulana ‘Abd al-Haq Mubarakpuri
1st wife: Mohtarama Karima Khatun Sahiba:
  • Hakim Shams al-Huda Marhum
  • Zubeda Khatun marhuma
  • Maulana Mohammed Yahya Marhum
  • ‘Allama ‘Abd al-Mustafa Azhari Marhum
  • ‘Allama ‘Ata al-Mustafa Marhum
2nd wife: Mohtaramah Safiyy al-Nisa Sahiba
  • Ra’isa Khatun Marhuma
3rd wife: Mohtarama Rabi’a Khatun Sahiba
  • Muhammad Ahmed Marhum
  • Qari Raza al-Mustafa Sahib
4th wife: Mohtarama Hajra Bibi Sahiba
  • Mohtarama Sa’ida Khatun Marhuma
  • Mohtarama ‘Aisha Khatun
  • Muhaddith-e-Kabir, Hadrat ‘Allama Maulana Dia al-Mustafa Qadri
  • Muhammad Marhum
  • Maulana Thana al-Mustafa Sahib
  • Maulana Baha al-Mustafa Sahib
  • Maulana Fida al-Mustafa Sahib
Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah had already been blessed by performing his first Hajj ritual in 1337/1922. For the second time, he accompanied his spouse, and set off from Ghosi on the 26th of Shawwal 1367 A.H. the events, which occurred before and also after the event are quite astonishing.
The candle of the love of the Holy Prophet which Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah had in his heart illuminated and burnt even more brightly in this particular journey to Haramain Sharifain (but, actually, the journey to the hereafter). He would ask people to recite the na’at sharif, and would feel emotional after hearing the beautiful verses of the na’at.
As scheduled, in the masses of hundreds of people waiting patiently to see Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah he came to the railway station. At the station in front of the masses of people, he delivered an inspirational speech. Then the car arrived, and Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah departed. From the very beginning of his departure from his house, he felt ill, and in addition to this fact was that rain fell immensely during this journey, which made him deteriorate in health even more. This was why he had a fever, to the extent that on reaching Bombay, he had pneumonia. At the Bombay station, his treatment started. Even after so many days of treatment, he would still be in the state of unconciousness.
Hudur Mufti-e-Aa’zam was also accompanying him on this journey, and because of his regular visit to meet Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah to ask as to how he was, mass of people always came with him.
Once during his visits, a person recited a na’at written by Imam Ahmed Rida, immediately hearing this, Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah opened his eyes, and stated to give him a pillow so that he could sit up. Throughout the time that the na’at was read, Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah sat there, in that position, as though he was meditating.
Hudur Mufti-e-Aa’zam-e-Hind and Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah both were going to depart in the same plane.
However, due to Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah’s illness, Hadrat Mufti-e-e-Aa’zam-e-Hind, after the Maghrib (Sunset) prayers came to pay his final visit and to meet Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah for his last time. With eyes full of sorrowful tears for this great personality, Hadrat Mufti-e-Aa’zam-e-Hind stated:
“Go on (Carry on the final stages of your spiritual journey), I shall follow behind you”
And then Hadrat Mufti-e-Aa’zam-e-Hind departed for his journey to Hajj, and after his departure, Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah’s health became even worse.
Finally, on the 2nd of Dhu al-Qa’dah 1367 A.H, coinciding Monday the 2nd of September 1949, at 12:26pm, this great scholar departed to a celestial journey; instead of the intended pilgrimage, upward to the heaven and as a prelude thereof.
We are belongings of ALLAH and we are to return to Him... Whatever He takes is His, whatever He gives is His, and there is a fixed period for everything.

The following verse: Indeed the pious are amidst Gardens and springs. [15:45] solemnises the death of Hadrat Sadr al-Shari’ah, Badr al-Tariqah, ‘Allama Hakim Abu al-‘Ula Amjad ‘Ali A'azmi Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu.
02 October 2012 Published in Blog
  • To meet somebody with gaiety and cheerfulness is the first act of a good deed.
  • It is also an act of prayer to ponder over the work of nature.
  • To have suspicion in one’s belief is equivalent to polytheism.
  • Improper modesty is the course of misfortune. Very few people are convincing company.
  • Showing appreciation is the reason for receiving Divine blessings, and ungratefulness is the reason for receiving difficulties or hardship.
  • Respect is from amongst the excellent of marvels and charity is from amongst the most excellent forms of worship.
  • Death is an uninvited companion.
  • In every second are hidden difficulties.
  • To be victorious over your worship is an excellent feat.
  • An intelligent person lowers himself to attain a high status while a foolish person raises his status thereby disgracing himself.
  • Intelligence falls into 2 categories: Natural disposition and adaptation.There is no benefit from accommodated intelligence without the intelligence of natural disposition: for example sunlight is useless to one who cannot see.
  • Friendship is a relationship proficient from birth.
  • To be ashamed of ones sins augment ones eyes, to be proud of ones good deeds destroys ones eyes.
  • The companion that destroys worship, his desires and extensive worship for one day is the enemy of the soul.
  • An intelligent person always remains sad and remorseful.
  • In idleness one is reminded of gallantry.
  • To combine charity with obligation is wickedness.
  • To speak ill of an open sinner is not backbiting.
  • A persons true worth is hidden under his tongue.
  • To forgive is the best form of revenge.
  • A wise person is he who due to his previous experiences goes about doing things a different way.
  • Even though there is fear in speaking the truth, yet in it is salvation. Though it is simple to lie yet in it is definitely destruction.
  • Restlessness combined with patience is definitely more inconvenient.
  • A poor person is he who has no friends.
  • Knowledge with practise is liberating and practise without sincerity is useless.
  • Poverty, whom many people feel ashamed of, is better than that wealth which leads to sins and wrong doings making a person face dishonour and disgrace.
  • There is never a shortage of experiences and an intelligent person is he who progresses by it.
  • To fear difficulties is a strange condition of adversities.
  • To forgive easily is supreme respectability and to be vengeful is extreme meanness.
  • The recognition of a respectable person is when anyone is generous then he too treats that person with generosity and if anyone is meek towards him then he too becomes docile, and a wicked person is that person, when approached with submission then he treats that person with generosity and if he is approached with generosity the he becomes negligent.
  • The reason the ‘Ulama are poor and helpless is, because the ignorant are plenty who do not understand their value.
  • For a criminal to plead guilty is the best form of amnesty or intercession.
  • An intelligent person when remaining silent ponders about the Almighty SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala and His creation, and wherever he looks, he learns a lesson from around him.
  • Distant hopes (for some act/deed done) and sincerity of action does not go hand in hand.
  • Impatience cannot erase what had been ordained by Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala but it destroys your rewards.
  • Greed does not increase ones sustenance rather it decreases ones respect among the people.
  • You cannot live without women although they are from the mischiefs of evil.
  • A person would remain in whatever condition he chooses.
  • An evil person does not behave well towards others because he regards them similar in character as himself.
  • Knowledge is better than wealth, because knowledge protects you while you protect wealth.
  • Weigh down the Scales of Good deeds with charity
  • A person though being underprivileged continues to do pious acts, should be encouraged to keep his strength to continue that good act.(i.e. we should assist in improving his circumstances so that he can continue doing good)
  • Respect is gained through good behaviour and wisdom and not through wealth or family ties.
  • Another form of persevering with patience is to control ones nafs (desires).
  • Majority of the time a persons hasty and rash decisions leads him to regret his actions, and if he does not become regretful then understand this; his lunacy becomes established.
  • Remove the evil from ones own heart first before you endeavour to remove the evils from anothers.
  • Whosoever forgets Almighty Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala then Almighty Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala makes that person to even forget his most beloved.
  • Whosoever makes an effort to seek the faults of others he will ultimately find a fault.
  • The more greed you find in a person the lesser he trusts in Almighty Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala.
  • This World is a corpse. Indirectly, people become kinsmen. Kinsmen in its greed to obtain its wealth, thus not even halting to destroy one another.
  • Every person draws his opinions from the type of experiences he has.
  • Ask your heart about the condition of friendship because it is such a witness that does not accept a bribe.
  • As long as any speech is locked away in the mouth, then you are its owner. When it leaves your mouth then from that point onwards it owns you.
  • To redress the time that you have squandered in your youth in your old age becomes nothing short of an accomplishment.
  • Learn from him who is more knowledgeable than you and teach him, who lacks knowledge, from what you know.
  • To spend time pondering and seeking advice is similar to be in quest of a counsellor’s guidance.
  • It is an astonishment that a person who has no control over his destiny continues to uplift and pursue his wishes.
  • A miser leads a lifestyle of the poor in this World because he is afraid to spend his wealth, yet he would have to give account with the wealthy in the Hereafter and face the same punishment.
  • Safeguard yourself from having very high expectations because the joy received from the gifts of Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala are driven away. It diminishes its value in your eyes, making you ungrateful and thankless.
  • It is extreme wretchedness to keep the company of unpleasant people and to ill-treat your own.
  • Only that amount from your possessions are for you alone which you have sent ahead of you to the Hereafter the balance of that wealth which you have left, in this World belongs to your heirs.
  • Shariah (Islamic Law) have drawn your attention towards illustrious counselling for only one reason and that is, the advisers’ opinion is entirely pure and the person seeking advice, his opinion is mixed with desire.
  • If you come to a person’s assistance then keep secret about it and if anyone came to your assistance then make it evident.
  • That person who affords the creation of Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala their dues then he would also afford his dues to Almighty Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala.
  • The person who listens to backbiting is an accomplice to backbiting and the one who does evil deeds, he definitely is negligent.
  • If only the people of this World had complete knowledge then today’s business and its present condition would be deranged.
  • Sometimes everything goes so well and sometimes even with all the assistance the job still remains incomplete.
  • Sometimes grave damage is caused by good news and sometimes good comes out of a bad venture.
  • O! World –whoever is not aware of your treachery and is not disgusted with your acquaintance then though he many be alive yet he is dead and should be mourned.
  • The extreme of modesty is when a person is modest of himself also.
  • How can anybody bring a person back on the correct track when that person chooses to remain on the wrong track.
  • An idiot’s wisdom is behind while an intelligent persons tongue is behind his wisdom.
  • The beauty of a gift is this that whatever has to be given should be given quickly and it should not be kept waiting in anticipation.
  • Women, Intelligent and lesson seeking people can be lectured to, but the immature would gain no benefit from it.
  • That person who does contrary to the truth, then Almighty Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala himself opposes and confronts him.
  • That person who resides close to his enemy, then his body wastes away would sorrow and he becomes lean and thin.
  • That person who always remains unhappy, then that which makes him happy or gives him pleasure would never be known.
  • That person, who is not in the habit of being civil, is set right by maltreatment.
  • That person damages his faculty of reason, who finds pleasure in everything he does.
  • That person who adopts certain principles in any big venture than those principles become established in his life.
  • Whosoever is ruled by his tongue, then he should be made aware of his destruction and his decision of death is made by it.
  • That person who does not have high hopes, his actions are true.
  • That person who when praised is thankful to those that praise him, in reality that is not thankfulness but a joke.
  • That person, who quickly answers a question with no consideration, is generally blinded to the consequences his actions would lead to.
  • That person who is careless though he has the knowledge of becoming wealthy, soon realises he can never attain that wealth.
  • That person, who cannot keep his own secret, would certainly not be able to keep the secret of others.
  • That person, who has ill thoughts, would always look suspiciously at others.
  • That person who does not respect himself, then he should not expect to be respected by others.
  • That person who cannot make peace with himself can never bring about peace between others.
  • That person, who does not benefit from his own alertness, cannot benefit from the vigilance of his protectors.
  • That person who is not grateful to the assistance of someone, then he should not expect to receive assistance form that source again.
  • That person who cannot see the damage caused by evil soon finds himself caught in that same evil.
  • That person who does not see the advantages of being a good Samaritan, then he will not possess the strength to do a person a good favour.
  • It is a great misfortune upon the virtuous and honourable people that they have to, for the sake of hospitality and courtesy behave towards the evil and wicked people.
  • To do good towards the creation of Almighty Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala in that manner that really portrays one as really grateful to the Supreme Creator SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala. One cannot find a better method.
  • That person who is free from sin becomes valiant and courageous, and that person who has any defect becomes a very big coward.
  • That person who regards tomorrow as the day he would die, experiences no troubles when death really approaches him.
  • That work or action that is not permissible in public, most likely is not permissible in private.
  • To follow the commands of Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala cannot be obtained except by compulsion.
  • The essence of knowledge is to know while the essence of doing a person a favour is based on not reminding that person of that favour.
  • That person whose knowledge exceeds his common sense becomes a nuisance to him.
  • The friendship of a fickle person becomes distant over a small and distant word.
  • That difficulty that possesses the hope of reward is better than that gift for which one is ungrateful.
  • To distance yourself from that Salaah (prayer) with total confidence is better than to complete the Salaah under suspicion.
  • Keep your distance from mischievous women and also be wary of gentlemen.
  • To give advice in front of people is one form of censure.
  • The friendship of the ignorant is inconsistent and changeable.
  • That poor relative that meets his fellow relatives is better than that wealthy person who severs all ties with his relatives.
  • The soundness of religion lies in the destruction of material values.
  • Until you are totally aware of a person’s nature do not put your trust in his nobility.
  • Do not look down upon anyone until you have spoken to him.
  • Though one finds no joy in it, one should continue doing good deeds.
  • Do not think ill of that which you have no knowledge of. It may be possible that their is still information outstanding which had not reached you. If you cannot find a deserving person worthy of friendship do not befriend an unworthy person.
  • A person of knowledge, though he may be in a despicable condition, does not think of him in a disgraceful manner. Though a fool may be in bad company do no think bad of him.
  • Do not show pleasure in somebody’s downfall, for you have no knowledge of what the future holds in store for you.
  • Do not be trustworthy of enemies’ good manners, for no matter how much one may use fire to heat water, yet it is enough to douse it.
  • There is no generosity surrounding the circumstances of poverty, likewise there is no relationship of greed with good health.
  • Difficulties are confronted with patience, and the protection of Allah ’s SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala gifts is being grateful.
  • There is no greater truth than death and there is no greater lie than to raise ones hopes.
  • There are very few that have not caused harm to themselves by rush and hasty decisions, likewise it is a strange occurrence when a patient person is not successful.
  • Little knowledge is the consequence of animosity in good deeds and sound knowledge is dependent on sound knowledge.
  • When one takes what rightfully belongs to him, he should not be enraged although he should safeguard himself from misappropriating somebody else’s rights or belonging.
  • When a road is open towards peace from freedom then it is foolish to stay in fear and bondage.
  • Just as it is unpleasant to say something ignorant, likewise there is no benefit in staying silent knowing the truth.
  • An honest man though the generosity of truth reaches such a status that can never be attained by a lying untruthful deceitful and cunning person.
  • A person’s intelligence is ascertained by the charm of eloquence of his speech while his respectability is ascertained by the resolve of his actions.
  • Seek refuge in Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala from the mischief of wealth and opulence for it is such a long mischief, that it becomes too late when one realises it.
  • Safeguard yourself from the company of immorality and sin for vices very quickly become habits.
  • The people have turned their attention away from obtaining ilm (knowledge – in this case religious knowledge) because they see an Alim (religious leader – priest) who does not practise on his education.
  • To bestow gifts timorously, without delaying is the habit of the honourable, while to seek vengeance hastily is not amongst the characteristics of the respectable.
  • Even if the Almighty creator Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala had not made unlawful things unlawful, the wise and intelligent would still refrain from the unlawful.
  • Though the World may be in the possession of a person yet he never attains it.
  • Speech presents itself with a few evils. The speaker requires time and opportunity.
  • There is offering of Alms (sadqa) for every facet in life, and the charity of reasoning, Intelligent and wisdom is to exercise tolerance and forbearance towards the ignorant and foolish.
  • That person has caused you a great harm, who had praised you and shown you respect through you are deserving of it.
  • Whosoever has shown you dishonour and contempt and if you are wise then verily that person had done you a great favour.
  • It is better to follow in a good deed that to lead in a bad deed.
  • Your nafs will do that which you have befriended it to.
  • That person for whom you painstakingly go out of your way to be hospitable and entertaining cannot really be your brother.
  • One can never know and understand the feeling of good fortune until he tastes misfortune.
  • Do not exceed the boundaries of bravery nor entirely surrender yourself by giving up hope.
  • There is no fault or shame in journey. The sinful thing is that a man is subjected to obligation in his own native country.
  • The person who exceeds the boundaries of politeness towards you has in actuality done you a grave wrong.
  • Make your peace with your creator so that the hereafter becomes peaceful for you, and live harmoniously with one another so that you do not destroy the World.
  • Tolerance and placidity is not that, when one is need and overpowered the he remains silent and when he becomes powerful then he seeks vengeance.
  • The sign that a servant is showing pleasure towards his creator is when he shows pleasure in whatever fate decrees to him.
  • For the seeing there is a lesson in every glance and an experience in every advise.
  • The best deed that shows gratefulness to Almighty Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala gifts is to share it with others.
  • A sin committed deliberately is not deserving of forgiveness.
  • To lessen gratefulness disinclines a benefactor to assist.
  • If one does not know the answer to a question it is better to be honest and say you do not know, for by saying so one actually has half the knowledge to the question, but do not think great of the fact that you do not know.
  • Kill the desires of the heart with education and knowledge and kill your anger with tolerance and forbearance.
  • How can a person be happy with his age when every second added to it shortens it? Also how can a person be proud of the wellbeing of his body when it is a lifelong sign of wretchedness?
  • Very few wishes are fulfilled and misfortunes are sometimes turned to fortunes.
  • Sometimes you travel weapon less and sometimes dreams come true.
  • If the fear of death is close to your heart then the pride of false hopes will never come near or overpower it.
  • To agree on every word is a sign of a hypocrite while to disagree on every word is open signs of hostility and animosity.
  • Silence is an adornment of beauty for an 'Alim and a veil against ignorance for the ignorant.
  • Save yourself from the betrayal of a friend and the overpowering of an enemy.
  • Do not put your trust in fake promises for it is an investment of the foolish.
  • Disobedience and debauchery are the reasons that bring down punishment and the wrath of Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala, so steer clear of it.
  • Shorten that speech which you seem to draw pleasure from, for this is better on your behalf and is a sign of excellence and marvel.
  • Do not be ensnared by any talk of a mischievous person and do not isolate yourself from an honourable person because of his sternness or a minor fault.
  • It is hard to fathom why we require that which is always in the hands of a vile person.
  • The person who has the power to do the best deeds is that person who has complete control over his temper.
  • The greatest lecture is when a person looks at a graveyard and gains a lesson from it.
  • The greatest sin is that sin which looks minor in the eyes of the sinful.
  • The rights exercised by mercy rightfully belong to three people: a) An 'Alim on whom the ignorant rule. b) The honourable and respectable person who is ruled by a vile and wicked ruler. c) That pious person who is subdued by an evil person.
  • The rarities of the World are truth and trustworthiness while falsehood and untrustworthiness is in abundance.
  • The best speech is that speech that is backed by sincere action.
  • The greatest difficulties are on that person whose expectations are extremely high, benevolence high and abilities low.
  • The most foolish person is he who thinks ill of the meanness of another yet finds no qualms in emulating that person.
  • We are very thankful to the gifts bestowed by Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala such that to commit an act of sin arduous to the people.
  • Very the dead are in the earth’s stomach and the sick are on its back (i.e. The dead are buried while the living are embraced with difficulties)
  • Verily poverty is demeaning to the soul, proper for the mind, and increases sorrow and anxiety.
  • Verily big ideas cross the mind from time to time yet sound wisdom keeps it in check.
  • Verily the best example in explaining the difference between this World and the hereafter is likened to a man with 2 wives, when he pleases one the other gets upset.
  • Verily this World is a house full of difficulties. Whoever indulges quickly in it, and then difficulties afflict his life. Whoever is granted a little respite then he thinks of securing a livelihood or he is caught up in the separation of friends and relatives, close and dear.
  • When wisdom is complete then speech becomes less.
  • When you go away very far with great expectations then remind yourself with the sudden arrival of death.
  • When speech becomes less, then man usually speaks the truth.
  • When fear of Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala enters your heart then hurry towards him and seek repentance, and if the fear of any creation enters your heart then run away from him.
  • Everything of note gradually becomes less and every happiness becomes insignificant one day.
  • Whenever Almighty Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala loves a certain servant of his then he bestows upon him that guidance to take a lesson from the periods most dangerous and admonitory events.
  • A respectable 'Alim adopts humility, but when a wicked person adopts knowledge then he commits bad deeds.
  • When a person has a good character his speech becomes delicate and exquisite.
  • If you cannot repay a favour, then at least show gratitude by thanking the person.
  • When an ascetic (Zahid) runs away from the people then seek him out, but when an ascetic seeks the company of people then stay away from him.
  • When you cannot fathom the wisdom of Almighty Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala in certain things then do not add your fancy notions to it.
  • When you cannot give the weak and oppressed anything then at least show mercy and kindness towards them.
  • When you fear a command then enroll yourself into its obedience for the longer you fear the command the more difficult it becomes to execute or obey.
  • When you identify certain good character traits that are common between you and another person then expect to find those qualities presenting itself.
  • Those obligations which are compulsory upon you to fulfill, the onus to fulfill its obligations rests solely on you, and its obligations should not be shifted to others.
  • The rewards bestowed upon a good deed are measured by the amount of effort that was put into it.
  • That person who has not shown gratitude and thankfulness towards his fellow man, then he cannot be a person who would also show thankfulness to Almighty Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala.
  • The advice of the old is better than the strength and power of the young.
  • The beauty of a persons face is truly an excellent gift of Almighty Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala upon us.
  • To become totally hopeless in attaining something is better than facing dishonour and disgrace in obtaining it.
  • Flattering the praise is amongst the greater performances of the Devil.
  • The best speech and conversation is that, which does not cause grief and burden upon the listener.
  • Speak to a person according to his intellect.
  • The wealth of the wicked is a burden upon all creation.
  • The many conditions surrounding the kindness shown to ones siblings are such that it is imperative that you should never break those ties.
  • Ilm (education) is that treasure whose treasury remains always stocked and overflowing and its necessitude of fortune does not cause it any damage.
  • Wisdom is that tree that is planted in the heart, grows in the mind and bears fruit on the tongue.
  • The clear and apparent road is the road of truth and charity.
  • If one overcomes his enemy then forgiving him is a way of showing gratitude to Almighty Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala.
  • Those who have supported falsehood then it is as if they have oppressed the truth.
  • To outwardly put on a character of niceties and inwardly hold malice is bad for a person.
  • The fire of conflict withers away the saplings of justice.
  • Those who don’t protect freedom are soon imprisoned by slavery.
  • The protectors of injustices against freedom become imprisoned with slavery.
  • When wisdom becomes complete then speech is reduced.
  • The counsel of the elderly is more extensive than the show of strength of the young.
  • People leave out certain foodstuff for the fear of ill health but they never think of abstaining from sin for the fear of Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala.
  • Contentment is the biggest wealth.
  • The person who does not learn a lesson from his experiences soon discovers his faculty of thought vanishes.
  • The tolerance shown on the talks of the ignorant is its Zakah.
  • The greatest wealth is intelligence and the greatest poverty is stupidity in the World.
  • The greatest breach of trust in the World is treachery against a nation.
  • There is no greater honour and dignity than absistence.
  • Impatience does not change the decisions of Almighty Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta'ala, but the reward for patience is however forfeited.
  • 'Alim is that person who acts upon what he preaches.
  • Religion (Islam) is a treasure and 'Ilm (knowledge) is the route to it.
  • Knowledge is greater than wealth, because you take care and protect your wealth, while knowledge takes care and protects you. Knowledge is governing while wealth is governed. By dispersing it, wealth is lessened while knowledge is increased.

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